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Archives: May 2011

SQL University Troubleshooting Week: Having a Plan for Every Situation

Today’s SQL University post will highlight the need to have a methodology to address issues that we as IT professionals may encounter in the course of our day. We will start off by looking at why we need to have a plan for every situation, and then we will dig… Read more

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Posted in Adventures in SQL on 27 May 2011

SQL University Troubleshooting Week: Keeping an Open Mind

Office politics during a major event can be dangerous. It pays to be seen as contributing to solving the problem rather than being seen as a part of it. We may have the best intentions and know our systems inside and out but if we refuse to look into something… Read more

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Posted in Adventures in SQL on 26 May 2011

SQL University Troubleshooting Week: Communication

It should come as no surprise that the first topic I am covering this week is communication because the first thing I think anyone should do is communicate that they are troubleshooting an issue. This post will cover why we should communicate then dig into how to put together an… Read more

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Posted in Adventures in SQL on 24 May 2011

SQL University Troubleshooting Week Syllabus

Welcome to SQL University Troubleshooting Week. For anyone unfamiliar with SQL University, it is a project created by Jorge Segarra (Blog|Twitter) to give people a free way to learn SQL Server from the ground up. The professors at SQL University are bloggers with one or more… Read more

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Posted in Adventures in SQL on 23 May 2011

SQL University Troubleshooting Week: Syllabus

Welcome to SQL University Troubleshooting Week. For anyone unfamiliar with SQL University, it is a project created by Jorge Segarra (Blog|Twitter) to give people a free way to learn SQL Server from the ground up. The professors at SQL University are bloggers with one or more… Read more

3 comments, 452 reads

Posted in Adventures in SQL on 23 May 2011