I wanted to take time to thank our sponsors, speakers and volunteers for making #sqlsat265 a big success. Over 400 people attend our event. Some of our speakers travels from Australia and Russia to our event in Portland, Oregon.
Special thanks to Kurt Survance, Mark Krampits, and John Dreiling, they… Read more
We are recruiting panelists for a “Women in Technology” discussion at SQLSaturday Oregon. SQLSaturday is an all-day free training event for SQL Server professionals and those who want to learn about SQL Server. SQLSaturday Oregon will be held on October 8, 2011 at the PCC CLIMB Center, across from OMSI… Read more
I am excited that I get to speak at SQL Saturday #68 on April 9. If you live close to Olympia, WA please stop by and visit and join Women in Technology conversation and other SQL topic sessions. There are many great topics to learn and expand beyond your horizon. Read more
A few weeks a go I presented at OSQL-D in Portland, OR, and a lot of people ask me if I could send it to them. I have decided to post the script here. You could just copy and past the statement into a note pad and save it as… Read more
1st event: I am here because my father wanted to be reunited with his family. He also hoped that his children would have a brighter future here in America. My family had survived the killing field, the trip to the refugee camp, by walking all night across landmined fields, and… Read more
I spend this weekend playing with transaction replication and try to set it up so that I don't have to synchronize it from snapshot.
The following article was helpful up to a certain point http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms147834.aspx. I spend a lot of time trying to figure out how I could follow the… Read more
I was reading Two Minute SQL Server Stumpers a few weeks ago and this qustion still sticks in my head. Thanks to SSC for giving it away at PASS :)
SELECT * FROM dbo.Customer MIDDLE JOIN dbo.Employee on CustomerID=EmployeeID.
This puzzle me because I have never heard of a middle… Read more