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Chris Bell (MCITP) has been working with Microsoft technologies for over 20 years and using SQL Server for over 18 of those years. He is currently the Owner and Lead consultant for WaterOx Consulting, a Maryland based company focused on helping clients, that can’t afford or justify a full time data team, get the most from their SQL Server environments. For more information please visit WateroxConsulting.com.

Archives: November 2014

Have We Devalued SQL Server Consulting?

Have we given too much away?

SQL Server has an amazing community. It freely provides information and training of SQL Server technologies via the internet and even in person events like SQL Saturday’s.

Has the value of SQL Server Consulting Diminished?

This is fantastic for anyone who works in SQL… Read more

1 comments, 536 reads

Posted in WaterOx SQL on 21 November 2014

Have We Devalued SQL Server Consulting?

Reading Time: 3 minutes

Have we given too much away?

SQL Server has an amazing community. It freely provides information and training of SQL Server technologies via the internet and even in person events like SQL Saturday’s.

Has the value of SQL Server Consulting Diminished?

This is fantastic for anyone… Read more

1 comments, 266 reads

Posted in WaterOx SQL on 21 November 2014

12 Things To Check With SQL Server To Prepare For Winter

Reading Time: 8 minutes

Winter is coming! Is your SQL Server ready?

There you sit, watching TV, when you hear it: “Analysts are predicting massive cold fronts this winter! Learn 12 tips to prepare for winter and the storm of the century tonight at 11!”

“Oh my gosh!” you think,… Read more

1 comments, 463 reads

Posted in WaterOx SQL on 14 November 2014

12 Things To Check With SQL Server To Prepare For Winter

Winter is coming! Is your SQL Server ready?

There you sit, watching TV, when you hear it: “Analysts are predicting massive cold fronts this winter! Learn 12 tips to prepare for winter and the storm of the century tonight at 11!”

“Oh my gosh!” you think, “I’d better pay attention… Read more

1 comments, 978 reads

Posted in WaterOx SQL on 14 November 2014

Versioning In Your SQL Database

What Is The Point of Versioning?

How do you know change occurs in your database?

Now, I’m not talking about version control, I am talking about stamping your database with a version number so you can keep track of how many modifications may be made in an environment not completely… Read more

1 comments, 6,781 reads

Posted in WaterOx SQL on 7 November 2014

Versioning In Your SQL Database

Reading Time: 4 minutes

What Is The Point of Versioning?

How do you know change occurs in your database?

Now, I’m not talking about version control, I am talking about stamping your database with a version number so you can keep track of how many modifications may be made in… Read more

1 comments, 476 reads

Posted in WaterOx SQL on 7 November 2014

When Things Align Unexpectedly

Reading Time: 4 minutes

Things are happening

or: Learning to Not Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth

The stars seem to have aligned. I am sitting in my hotel room in Seattle waiting for the Microsoft MVP Summit to start as a precursor to the PASS Summit later this… Read more

1 comments, 319 reads

Posted in WaterOx SQL on 2 November 2014

When Things Align Unexpectedly

Things are happening

or: Learning to Not Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth

The stars seem to have aligned. I am sitting in my hotel room in Seattle waiting for the Microsoft MVP Summit to start as a precursor to the PASS Summit later this week.

Just a few… Read more

1 comments, 685 reads

Posted in WaterOx SQL on 2 November 2014