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By Andy Warren,
Today we have a guest editorial from Andy Warren.
No, I'm not talking about stentorian speaking, but rather the phases we use with our IT colleagues and our employers and clients to help them understand something, perhaps most commonly when we are trying to describe things that can or can't be changed or done or undone. Sometimes a simple phrase can convey an idea more clearly than a long sentence or a dozen slides.
Here are a few of my favorites:
Of course words aren't perfect, and it's always possible to misuse or misinterpret them, but the best ones end up being great ways to simplify conversations. Got a phrase that you use to share a difficult concept? Share your list and maybe we can all communicate better!
Information about reports ran
about the deadlock
About alter statement
doubt about triggers
Doubt About Insert Trigger?