Archives: November 2012
I’m gathering a few metrics around the Internet for SQL Server from people that I think really know how to run a SQL Server. This is a series of posts that I’m making to gather these metrics up for easy access later.
The short metric is:
Leave 4GB… Read more
I ran across a question on Twitter recently where someone asked about the DBCC CHECKDB date after a restore. For those of you that don’t know this, you can run this command on your instance (in a database)
DBCC DBINFO WITH tableresults;
This returns a lot of information, but… Read more
I delivered my Encryption Primer talk this past Tuesday at the Boulder SQL Server Users Group and last night at the Denver SQL Server Users Group. Great questions and discussions, and I hope those of you that attended found it interesting.
I’ve updated my deck and code samples, and here… Read more
I’ve been giving an encryption talk over the last year, focusing on educating DBAs on the various features and capabilities available in SQL Server. One of the things I note in the talk is that SHA1 is not considered secure. You should avoid SHA or SHA1 if you are… Read more
I’m scheduled to give “The Encryption Primer” at the Denver SQL Server Users Group on the November 15 meeting. It’s a basic look at the encryption features in SQL Server, updated for SQL Server 2012. The meeting is in the Denver Tech Center and we usually have a… Read more
I’m scheduled to give “The Encryption Primer” at the Boulder SQL Server Users Group on the November 13 meeting. It’s a basic look at the encryption features in SQL Server, updated for SQL Server 2012. This meeting is at the Confio office and will have a short presentation… Read more
I’ll be live on the PASS TV broadcast on Wednesday, Nov 7, at 11:40am PST. The Professional Development group asked me to do a short (15 minute) talk, and I’ve put together a set of quick blogging tips with a few slides.
If you’re not at the PASS Summit, you… Read more
I’m making the slides available from my SQL in the City 2012 talks. You can download them here
If you attended, you’ll get an email with links to videos to watch soon.
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Looks like I’m not the only one enjoying Friday.
Some of the staff at Red Gate had a Hawaiian day. Nice shirts, though perhaps I need to take a few over when I go since I think mine at much cooler
Filed under: Blog Tagged: Humor, syndicated