Archives: September 2009
I’ve been reading through this book and it really does have something for everyone at any level.
I think it is truly awesome that this many people have stepped up and donated not only their time but their knowledge to help http://www.WarChild.org!
I’ll have a more in-depth review later… Read more
Your servers are only as fast as the slowest part, hard drives.To feed other parts of the system we have to add lots of drives to get the desired IO single server can consume.
The basics of how hard drives work has been fundamentally static since the 70’s only… Read more
At least once a year I give a large talk on disk subsystems, IO and SQL Server. It’s a ground up from the nuts and bolts of how a hard drive works through SAN’s and Solid State Disks. The reasons I give this presentation so often is it is one… Read more
Meeting Sept 15th at the Microsoft Technology Center - Auditing Considerations: Native SQL 2008 and Third Party Auditing Technologies.15
We will be having our normal meeting at the Microsoft technology center sponsored by:
Stonebridge Plaza, Building One
9606 N. Mopac Expressway, Suite 200
Austin, TX 78759
5:30PM to 6:00PM – Q&A and DBA 101 presentation
6:10PM to 7:00PM – Feature presentation
7:00PM 7:30PM –… Read more
I’ve known Joe for a number of years and have a lot of respect for his experience and knowledge around relational database design and the SQL language.
Joe is a prolific writer and has been writing about technology since I was in grade school with articles going back into the… Read more
SQL Pretty Printer for SQL Server Management Studio $39.95 single user $99.95 site license
having coding standards is a must for solid quality code. There are lots of articles on the subject like this one on simple talk.
Having standards is one thing, getting everyone on board is another,… Read more