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Honeybee Swarms

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I love honeybees. This will be my seventh year as an amateur beekeeper, and aside from family or data, there are few other topics that I could easily spend an afternoon talking to you about. They’re amazing creatures. This past winter I had to move my beehives temporarily to the apiary of a friend. With […]

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2024-05-12 (first published: )

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There's No Free Lunch with Open-source Software

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As a member of the PostgreSQL open-source community, I have been following the recent license change by Redis Labes on March 20, 2024. Redis introduced a dual license model, specifically adding the Redis Source Available License (RSAL), which prevents other vendors from providing Redis as a service without a paid subscription from Redis Labs. The […]

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2024-04-13

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Give It Away

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Tech conference season is in full swing, and it’s only the middle of March. Between Grant, Steve, and I, we’ve attended or presented at about 10 events so far. And within my community of developers and database folks, I’ve seen pictures and posts of many more. As I’ve said a few times in previous editorials, […]

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2024-03-17

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The Voice of the Customer

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This week I had the opportunity to join many of the U.S.-based Redgaters in Austin to talk about 2024 plans, hear from the product teams, and have some much-needed fellowship. One thing was particularly clear as I listened to various leaders and product managers – the customer drives everything we do. And I have to […]

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2024-01-20

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A Thrill of Hope

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I realize that this isn’t the last Database Weekly editorial of the year – that honor is reserved for Louis Davidson next week. 😊 However, as we approach the end of the year and various holiday celebrations, one of my favorite Christmas carols has been of particular encouragement to me recently. 2023 hasn’t gone exactly […]

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2023-12-23

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Community at PASS Summit

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Last Saturday, September 23, was the first day of Fall. Regardless of how much has happened and changed over the last three and a half years, time keeps marching forward. And yet, there's exciting familiarity every time I see November approaching because I know something special is about to happen for those of us in […]

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2023-09-30

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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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