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17Sep

Launching A Newspaper!

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Switching gears from The ODBC Newsletter, I have now traded in my humble newsletter for a specific, data-driven newspaper using... Read More →
11Sep

Retiring Certs – Big Deal?

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It’s no surprise that Microsoft is in the midst of exhaustive and expansive changes.  From Ballmer’s “reorg” of top level... Read More →
09Jul

T-SQL Tuesday #44 – The Second Chance

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This month’s T-SQL Tuesday topic, hosted by Bradley Ball, is all about Second Chances.  Specifically, we have been asked to... Read More →

SQL Server Community

I want a Windows 7 Start Menu when I’m in desktop mode on Windows 8.1 without installing third party applications [...]
Last week in the Hague, I had the honor to present two very different sessions at the Dutch TechDays conference. [...]
Microsoft silently added the ISEMPTY function to the DAX language in Analysis Services build 11.00.3368 (SQL Server 2012 SP1 CU4). [...]

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All about agent jobs, server hardware, and other SQL techniques that make this DBA’s life more successful. Read more →
Various traditional and non-traditional SQL Server applications I have found most helpful and resourceful from time to time. Read more →
All my best T-SQL rants and ramblings; mainly attempting to automate myself! Read more →

TSQL Tuesday

09Jul

T-SQL Tuesday #44 – The Second Chance

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This month’s T-SQL Tuesday topic, hosted by Bradley Ball, is all about Second Chances.  Specifically, we have been asked to... Read More →
11Jun

T-SQL Tuesday #43 – Hello, Operator?

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In this iteration of T-SQL Tuesday, Rob Farley came up with a really good topic about Plan Operators.  While I... Read More →
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