Archives: October 2013
Something I have a hard time by-passing is a good R2 unit. I have R2 units in so many different forms, including a standing R2 cake one year for my birthday. So when I cam across this R2 unit, I just had to share it.
That is a pumpkin carved… Read more
In my day to day operations I have the opportunity to work with people in various capacities in regards to data. Sometimes it is in the capacity of a mentor, sometimes in the capacity of a consultant, and sometimes just in the capacity of the dude that fixes the problem. Read more
While not technically the first day of Summit since the official start is yet to come, here are my thoughts on Sunday and Monday of PASS Summit 2013.
For many of us the week began Sunday evening. Many, the start was not until Tuesday. Others still might have started Monday… Read more
The SQL Crazy train continues chugging along this month. The next two whistle stops are back to back in the Carolinas.
Last month I blogged about the SQL Crazy train making a whistle stop in Providence Rhode Island. A couple of weeks prior to that, you may have read this article about the Salt Lake City event.
What you have not seen is a recap of either of those… Read more
This is a very hectic time of year in the SQL Community. Add the usual stresses of work, family and… Read more
I have had the distinct pleasure of being asked to review a book by RedGate. The book is by a friend and respected community member Gail Shaw (blog | twitter). The book is a stairways style book and is titled “SQL Server Transaction Log Management.”
I… Read more