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Archives: July 2011

SQLSaturday #85 Orlando: Pragmatic Works BI Pre-Con!

I’m very proud to announce that Pragmatic Works will be presenting a Business Intelligence Workshop pre-con for SQLSaturday #85 in Orlando on Friday September 23rd! In this session you’ll have not one, not two, not three but FOUR Pragmatic Works consultants walking you through how to develop a full business… Read more

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Posted in SQL Chicken on 27 July 2011

OMG I’m an MVP!

I can’t believe it, but I can finally say that I’m now officially a Microsoft SQL Server MVP! Last week I got the great news from my MVP lead, Ryan Bolz (Twitter) in…a peculiar way. Allow me to explain. Typically MVP renewals and new awardees are notified… Read more

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Posted in SQL Chicken on 25 July 2011

Second Chances: PASS Community Choice Sessions

Recently I found out that my PASS presentation submission ‘Policy-Based Management’ has a second chance to be accepted for the conference (which I’m really grateful for!) but I need your help! Please take a minute to head over to the Community Choice Sessions page and cast your vote (up to… Read more

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Posted in SQL Chicken on 18 July 2011

Make It Simple With Policy-Based Management

At work recently, I explained to a coworker the reasons and benefits of having databases in Simple mode in your development environment. Funnily enough, a few hours later, I see my friend Andie Letourneau (Blog | Twitter) posted a blog on how to adjust your recovery modes in… Read more

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Posted in SQL Chicken on 13 July 2011

Automating Web App Deployments with SSIS

This is just a quick note to let everyone know I’ve uploaded the project files from my Pragmatic Works webinar on Automating Web Application Deployments with SSIS. You can find the link on my Presentations page. If you missed the presentation you can view the recording of it here Read more

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Posted in SQL Chicken on 12 July 2011

SQL Server Denali CTP3: Policy Based Management

Whether you know it or not, Policy-Based Management is an integral part of the new release of SQL Server “Denali”. Did you know that the HADR feature actually leverages PBM for checks? Yup, that’s right folks. If you’re an administrator and you’re NOT using Policy-Based Management yet, I highly recommend… Read more

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Posted in SQL Chicken on 12 July 2011