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K. Brian Kelley - Databases, Infrastructure, and Security

IT Security, MySQL, Perl, SQL Server, and Windows technologies.

Archives: February 2006

Microsoft MVP Program

I think anyone who posts actively in the various on-line forums for Microsoft products (such as SSC.com) hopes one day to be named a Microsoft MVP, myself included. However, obtaining that MVP status isn't easy, as there are tons of very knowledgeable folks producing excellent content, whether it be answers…

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Mavericks don't make it

One of the blogs I most enjoy reading is Life Beyond Code. This blog allows me to take off my technology hat and think about things like my career, my direction with information technology, and how to better develop not only my technical but also my personal and interpersonal… Read more

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Posted in K. Brian Kelley - Databases, Infrastructure, and Security on 18 February 2006

My Reading list

In the tradition of many others, I decided to add a reading list to my professional site. The reading list comprises those books I am currently reading. Folks like Steve Jones write reviews on quite a few of the books they read. I'm not sure if I have that…

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Posted in K. Brian Kelley - Databases, Infrastructure, and Security on 16 February 2006

Testing, Testing, and More Testing

I've been out of pocket and off the forums for the last few weeks as we've had several major tasks where I work with respect to our Active Directory migration. This past weekend involved application migrations. Because of the nature of the migration, we provided test environments prior to "flipping…

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Programming Language Inventor or Serial Killer?

I saw this on Greg Hughes' blog and wondered, "What in the world?" So I took a look. It's one of those fun quizzes where you get to test your knowledge. Only this one tests how well you know your programming language developers versus some of the worst serial killers…

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Added reviews to my website

I've been thinking about doing this for a whole and I finally got around to building a reviews section into the web site. There you'll find reviews on books, tools, training, and web sites as I get to writing them. I've posted an initial review of Microsoft's first eLearning security…

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