Archives: July 2011
Quick update. This Thursday, July 28, 2011 at the NYC SQL Server User Group at Microsoft HQ in NYC, SQL MVP Linchi Shea will give a presentation and practical application on SQL Server 2008's Audit Feature. Come to take a close look at the SQL Server 2008 server audit feature!
Don't be misled… Read more
The SQLSaturday Sensation!
Congratulations, Brazil! You are the recipient host country for SQLSaturday #100!! On Saturday, November 26, 2011, when the wind begins to chill, and leaves turn brown and fall off the trees in the Northern Hemisphere, SQL learning will come to South America in… Read more
It's the beginning of the new work week, and as they say, it's Just Another Manic Monday....[Bangles].
I have a lot to catch up on, so this will be a short blog entry. I wanted to note a few things from last week!
Next up, on the super SQLSaturday extravaganza, is SQLSaturday #80, in Wheeling, West Virginia! Wheeling, known as the friendly city, will be hosting us voracious SQL Server eager students, another day of networking, learning, lunching,and laughter. I fully expect it live up to its name, as friendly faces new and old, will… Read more
It’s time for July’s Meme Monday, and below is my entry, Star date 07:11:11. Started by Twitter|@SQLRockstar, Thomas LaRock, today’s theme is SQL + Astrology. I have brought in a specialist for this one.
Today’s SQLStrology advice is brought to you by A. Clair… Read more
Despite the title, this is a serious blog entry, dedicated to all you pet lover's out there. Although, I seek to sprinkle a bit of levity, the way I try to deal with such events, I hope this blog gives some of you comfort out there.
(We're totally talking in the confines of our beloved… Read more
Hi, ALL. Today's Blog is much ado about nothing? A totally free-form blog entry, with random thoughts on a passing scene.
Sometimes, it happens. Even, to the best of us. There is never a lack of content to write about, but yet, I have, dare I say, BlogLock, (a play on words… Read more