Archives: June 2013
“The hashing alone being MD5 tells me that they really don’t care about their passwords too much, so it’s probably some pre-generated site.”
That was from this article on an Anatomy of a Hack. It’s an interesting quote, and it shows a few things.
First, we have a history… Read more
Today was a rehearsal day. Actually the last 2-3 days of work have been split between rehearsing talks that I’m giving at SQL in the City this week, and handling the other daily work I need to do. With an extra load of family chores this week, I’ve had some… Read more
This week is the kickoff of the third year of SQL in the City from Red Gate. As we have the other years, we start 2013 off in London, and I’ll be leaving Wednesday on a quick trip across the water to speak. I’m looking forward to seeing lots of… Read more
It’s T-SQL Tuesday time, and this one is a bit of a challenge for me. Rob Farley is hosting, and asking for people to write on Plan Operators, those various elements that go into the execution plans in T-SQL. I don’t dive too deeply into these items, unlike… Read more
The CHOOSE command is new in the T-SQL as of SQL Server 2012. I hadn’t ever had the chance to work with it, but after seeing someone submit a piece recently, I decided to play with it a bit.
This feature is essentially an indexing value from an array. Here’s… Read more