Archives: September 2013
It’s just a week until Dev Connections. This is one of the great conferences for the hybrid technology person, with a variety of technologies being talked about, all for a single admission price. I’ll be speaking at SQL Server Connections, but wandering over to the development side at… Read more
I agree that detaching databases in some cases is bad, but it’s not necessarily something I’d avoid. Detach is a good way to prep for upgrades, movement, etc. It may… Read more
This weekend is SQL Saturday #249 in San Diego. I’m looking forward to the trip for a few reasons, but mostly because I used to live in the Northern San Diego area and love going back to spend time near the beach. I’m not sure what I’ll have time to… Read more
I wrote a post about creating a Filetable, which just covered the basics of how to build one. How do you work with the data in this table? In this post I’ll look at a few things you can do from the T-SQL side.
From the last post, I… Read more
It’s T-SQL Tuesday time again. This is the monthly blog party where we all write on a topic. This month the topic is the Rube Goldberg Machine, as it might relate to SQL Server. You can read the invitation linked above from Rick Krueger and write your own post… Read more
I like most of the SQL Server people I meet. Most of you are polite, cheerful, friendly, and it’s nice to share a few minutes of my life with you, chatting about anything. Whether that’s technical issues with SQL Server, running, books, or anything else, I often find my life… Read more