Archives: July 2010
Ok, now that I have your attention this really should be titled the danger of not qualifying all objects, but that isn’t quite as sensational enough to make you click through to here
Imagine if you will, a developer expects ten records to be inserted into a table and the… Read more
And it is well worth the upgrade. I recently had the opportunity to interview David Flynn CEO of Fusion-IO and that will be coming up soon. I have been beta testing the 2.0 driver for quite some time and have been very happy with the performance and reduction in required… Read more
Many years ago, in the dark ages of DTS I created a little app that would take two parameters and build a UDL file. This an some crafty VBScript allowed me to loop through a list of servers on the fly. I haven’t thought about this code in almost ten… Read more
April of 2009 I decided it was time to blog about my SQL Server experiences in earnest. Steve Jones (twitter|blog) over at SQL Server Central was very supportive and gave me some space there. I’ve been playing with diffrent blogging platforms over the last six months… Read more
In my last two posts I talked specifically about the process. This round I’m going to discuss the tools of the trade. Note: These are my views and opinions and not that of PASS in any way shape or form.
This was my first year on the program committee. From… Read more
In part one I talked about the abstracts. While important, abstracts are only one part of a complicated selection dance. Since there are so many submissions and so few slots even the best abstracts may not be chosen.
The Selection Criteria
We were given a set of instructions and categories… Read more
Well, I have just finished up my part in the abstract selection process for the PASS Summit. This was my first year as a volunteer in this process so I don’t have any specific previous experience to draw on. I have some experiences that are similar. Some of you may… Read more