Archives: July 2015
I love keyboard shortcuts. I recently mapped a keyboard shortcut to Change Connection and thought I would share some of my other favorites.
- Shft+Arrow keys (sometimes + Ctrl): Highlight blocks of code. Adding in the control key moves you a word at a time rather than a single character.…
I’ve been doing a lot of research recently for my permissions session and for a project at work. During said research I came across three great sets of posters about permissions. I’m going to list them here and on my Study and Reference Materials
Last year Kirsten Benzel(b/t) and Argenis Fernandez(b/t) did this amazing thing. They organized a campaign and raised over $13,000 for Doctors Without Borders. The campaign was called #ArgenisWithoutBorders. The idea was that Argenis would wear this really amusing (and… Read more
A few weeks ago I saw a tweet about Kendra Little’s (b/t) new SQL Server Quizzes. Of course I had to give them a shot and while I was somewhat disapointed in my scores on a few over all they were a lot of fun.… Read more
Yes, you heard me right. SSMS 2015. No I’m not one of those crazy recruiters who keep asking for 10 years of experience with SQL 2013. Well, technically it’s a preview of a separate install of SSMS for SQL 2016.
There are supposed… Read more
Defaults. This is subject with a huge breadth and depth. Which as it happens, makes it a great T-SQL Tuesday subject.… Read more
What is the database property Compatibility Level? I don’t get asked to write about specific subjects very often but in this case not only did I have someone ask me to write about it but had a co-worker ask me what it is. I’ve always thought this was pretty… Read more
I love keyboard shortcuts. I’d rather keep my hands on the keyboard than move back and forth to the mouse. Not that I won’t use the mouse, but only when I have to. One frequent (and annoying) task that I haven’t been able to find a keyboard shortcut for is… Read more
Blocking and deadlocking are not things you typically want to do deliberately. But sometimes you need to test error handling or prove a point and then you need to do the unusual.