Archives: November 2010
I learned something new while giving my PowerShell session at the PASS Community Summit a couple of weeks ago.
One astute attendee asked if it was possible to create dynamic PowerShell in a script. Or put another way, can you define a PowerShell statement in a variable and then tell… Read more
Each year, the Georgia Bulldogs and the Florida Gators meet on the college grid iron in what’s called the world’s largest cocktail party. I’ve never been; in fact I’m probably not welcomed since I’m an alumni of a rival school, the Auburn Tigers. War Eagle!
You Can’t Handle The SQL!
“A script club.” That’s what a friend of mine said when he was telling me how he’d learned the basics of PowerShell. I did a double take. “You had a user group meeting at a strip club?!?!” He laughed and clarified, this time enunciating more clearly.
Last week at the… Read more
This week at the PASS Community Summit in Seattle, I’m delivering two full length sessions, one lightening session, and chairing a committee meeting to discuss the election process. If you’re attending the conference, I hope you’ll join me at one of these sessions.
Using Covering Indexes (Wed 1:30pm)
Covering… Read more
Am I stirring up a hornets nest or beating a dead horse bringing up a the PASS elections the day before over 2,500 SQL Server professional converge on Seattle for the 2010 PASS Community Summit? I’m not sure, but I suspect I’ll find out within 24 hours.
So, why… Read more