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Archives: October 2012

SQLSat153 Recap

You may not know that this past Saturday ( October 20, 2012) was SQLSaturday 153 in Salt Lake City.  If you knew about it, awesome.  If you attended – even better.  You probably don’t know that I was there presenting this year.  I was a huge slacker in getting the… Read more

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Posted in SQL RNNR on 24 October 2012

Lions and Tigers and Bears…

Last Thursday I found myself on a journey of sorts.  There weren’t any lions or tigers or bears, but there were plenty of “Oh My”‘s.

It all began on a dark and gloomy night.  Well, I am sure it was dark and gloomy somewhere.  In reality it was before dusk… Read more

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Posted in SQL RNNR on 15 October 2012

Do you Dream?

You ever have those nights consumed by all things SQL?

I do.  It happens more than I might like sometimes.  Usually it happens when there is a work problem that I am trying to solve.

I don’t mind it sometimes because it does provide some results at times.  Other times… Read more

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Posted in SQL RNNR on 11 October 2012

High Energy Plankton – T-SQL Tuesday #35

High Energy Plankton

In 2022 humans will finally have become their own worst enemies/frenemies.  No matter how hard Gore works to convince us that the greenhouse effect is killing us, we won’t believe it until 2022.  It is at that time we will finally turn to alternative energy sources.  These… Read more

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Posted in SQL RNNR on 9 October 2012

Finally, it has happened…

Last month I blogged about my absence from the blogosphere.  If you want, you can read about it again – here.  Granted, it has been a month and I still have been slacking.  I am hoping to turn a new leaf and post more regularly here in the next… Read more

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Posted in SQL RNNR on 4 October 2012

Where have all the Orphans gone?

Do your database users appear to be having an out of body experience?  Have they lost all ties to their login?

Does it feel like maybe what this baby rhino might be experiencing – just trying to find their place in your database?

Well, have we got a little snippet… Read more

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Posted in SQL RNNR on 3 October 2012