Archives: August 2011
SQL Server, EarthQuakes and the End…Of DBAs?
What does the advent and integration of VMs, SSDs, and the Cloud mean for the traditional DBA?
These are very distinct and powerful emerging technologies that can and will have a direct impact on the future of the DBA. Read on to… Read more
I read Andy Leonard's Blog on Earthquakes and Technology, who thought a helicopter was landing in his back yard (LOL), and inspired me to make the following entry, about my own experience yesterday!
One hopes as the summer season winds down, those lazy days of summer will be quiet, relaxing and… Read more
Have you ever danced with Denali in the Pale Moonlight? (Ok, I changed that famous quote from the original Batman movie :-)
As most in the SQL community are already aware, Microsoft has recently released to the public the Community Technology Preview 3 (CTP3) for the next version of SQL… Read more
Nature abhors a vacuum. So, when I see so many SQL Server happenings going on all over the country, and indeed the world, I get a little nostalgic and long for the day that once again the big city of the east, NYC will host another super SQL Server… Read more
We've seen the argument before, that working from home, actually increases productivity. This is one of the major cases in favor of working from home and telecommuting to your office, and there are many more! So is telecommuting the wave of the future? Is it hype, or is it happening? Well,… Read more