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Hamish is a Systems Management Specialist with a passion for efficient application deployment using DevOPs methodologies. He has 19 years IT experience in managing large scale databases SQL Server technologies. He has been managing SQL Server since SQL Server 2000 and pragmatic architectural design is his main focus in his current job. Educating and helping others learn is a driver for Hamish and he is a PASS User Group Leader, International speaker and a repeat guest lecturer at a local university.

Archives: March 2018

Authentication issues with GitHub: An error occurred while sending the request —> System.Net.WebException: The request was aborted: Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel.

This blog post is about an error that you may receive if you’re using git commands in PowerShell and authenticating against GitHub.

My GitHub account uses 2 Factor Authentication so I thought it might be that – however I could use GitHub Desktop fine.

I was cloning a new project… Read more

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Posted in The Hybrid DBA's Blog on 31 March 2018

Redgate SQL Test utility isn’t showing up in SSMS

I had recently installed the SQL Toolbelt from Redgate at a client site on a laptop they’d supplied me.

(Fantastic product that SQL Toolbelt BTW.)

Things were going swimmingly – in fact thanks to SQL Compare, SQL Source Control and Team Foundation Server I had implemented an automated Continuous Delivery… Read more

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Posted in The Hybrid DBA's Blog on 21 March 2018

Automation and cleaner code/data are the key to future success

This blog post is a copy of a post I wrote for SQL Masters Consulting as part of T-SQL Tuesday. The original link can be found here:

https://sqlmastersconsulting.com.au/SQL-Server-Blog/t-sql-tuesday-100-automation-and-cleaner-code-data-is-the-key-to-future-success/

If you don’t already follow T-SQL Tuesday on twitter – you should – search for

#TSQL2sday

The blog post was a slight…

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Posted in The Hybrid DBA's Blog on 15 March 2018