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Brian Kelley is an author, columnist, and Microsoft SQL Server MVP focusing primarily on SQL Server security. He is a contributing author for How to Cheat at Securing SQL Server 2005 (Syngress), Professional SQL Server 2008 Administration (Wrox), and Introduction to SQL Server (Texas Publishing). Brian currently serves as an infrastructure and security architect. He has also served as a senior Microsoft SQL Server DBA, database architect, developer, and incident response team lead.

Archives: March 2015

Women in Technology

Warning: rant forthcoming.

I don’t get the women in technology problem. Oh, I understand and see the problem. I also understand and see the problem is primarily with men. I just don’t get why there is a problem. 

Maybe the reason I don’t get the problem with women being our… Read more

10 comments, 6,796 reads

Posted in Databases – Infrastructure – Security on 18 March 2015

Women in Technology

Warning: rant forthcoming.

I don’t get the women in technology problem. Oh, I understand and see the problem. I also understand and see the problem is primarily with men. I just don’t get why there is a problem. 

Maybe the reason I don’t get the problem with women being our… Read more

10 comments, 404 reads

Posted in Databases – Infrastructure – Security on 18 March 2015

Why You Shouldn’t Skip the Infrastructure/Security Architecture Review

It’s not usual for development projects to undergo an architecture review, but too many times these reviews consist only of developers. There are no server or network folks, much less any DBAs or security personnel. When I’ve brought this up to some of my developer friends, they wonder what the… Read more

0 comments, 206 reads

Posted in Databases – Infrastructure – Security on 9 March 2015

Why You Shouldn’t Skip the Infrastructure/Security Architecture Review

It’s not usual for development projects to undergo an architecture review, but too many times these reviews consist only of developers. There are no server or network folks, much less any DBAs or security personnel. When I’ve brought this up to some of my developer friends, they wonder what the… Read more

0 comments, 5,576 reads

Posted in Databases – Infrastructure – Security on 9 March 2015