Grant Fritchey

Grant Fritchey is a SQL Server MVP with over 20 years’ experience in IT including time spent in support and development. Grant has worked with SQL Server since version 6.0 back in 1995. He has developed in VB, VB.Net, C# and Java. Grant has authored books for Apress and Simple-Talk, and joined Red Gate as a Product Advocate in January 2011. Find Grant on Twitter @GFritchey or on his blog as the Scary DBA.

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Thank You Tim!

Ah, Tim Ford. I remember the time we were sitting at Ruth Kriss Steakhouse trying to figure out which of the two of us was the dumbest person in...

2022-08-12 (first published: )

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Thank You Andy!

I remember going into Andy Leonard’s session at PASS Summit in Denver. I’m not going to lie, it was kind of sparsely attended, so I got to sit up...


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Thank You Wendy!

I honestly don’t know when or how I met Wendy Pastrick, but I’m so happy I did. Wendy and I have been friends for a very long time. Thank...


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Redgate Software has a policy wherein every 5 years, employees receive a 6-week paid sabbatical. Well, I’m up to year 11 (I skipped a year my first time), so...


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6 Can’t-Miss Basic SQL Courses to Learn in 2024: Your Fast Track to Data Mastery


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Data-driven vs. Data-informed: Let’s Acknowledge the Truth


This comic was retweeted into my timeline on Twitter (I refuse to call it...

Writing Parquet Files – #SQLNewBlogger


Recently I’ve been looking at archiving some data at SQL Saturday, possibly querying it,...

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LOGON Trigger Count

I have the need in SQL Server 2022 to create a complex set of checks for logins. I want to use Longon triggers, but I'd like to separate out logic. How many Logon Triggers can I create?

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