Archives: June 2012
I have two goals that I have sought to achieve by mid-year of 2012. The deadline I set for myself is up. Goals achieved: Zero, Zip, Nada, Zilch.
Null. Or is that
Earlier this year I set two goals: 1. Learn Ruby on Rails 2. Obtain a… Read more
I expressed in my About page that this blog is never meant to be a technical blog. But the pressure of relevancy keeps popping up: I need technical content if I want this blog to survive. Readers want to read technical stuff – something they can apply in their job. Read more
This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is hosted by Aaron Nelson (@SQLvariant | Blog). The topic is about logging. Many will talk about their logging strategies with their SQL Server infrastructure. Many will show us ways they do their day-to-day logging. And many will offer tips and tricks to expert… Read more
I have been invited to a private beta of SQLDirector by ScaleGrid. “SQLDirector is a MS SQL as a Service (SaaS) solution for the private cloud.” It is a software solution for your private cloud or virtualization infrastructure.
SQLDirector makes the deployment of SQL Server on virtual infrastructure quick… Read more
Disclaimer: I wrote this review as a participant to O’Reilly Blogger Review Program.
If you… Read more
I have talked about wanting a change. I thought I am prepared to embrace that change when it finally comes.
I have waited for the right opportunity. And, yes, I finally met the right opportunity.
I wish this is a success story.
If there is one blog post I remember… Read more