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  • Reply To: Moving in the Post Pandemic World

    Eric M Russell wrote:

    Not to mention that the drivers there are extremely aggressive. 

    Unfortunately, I've found that every major city has it's share of aggressive drivers. I've been in Indianapolis, Miami, Orlando, Atlanta,...

  • Reply To: Moving in the Post Pandemic World

    Eric M Russell wrote:

    So, post-pandemic (which I assume means at some point in the future when this COVID19 outbreak is considered over), will companies start reversing the current trend of remote working?

    Hopefully...

  • Reply To: Moving in the Post Pandemic World

    Eric M Russell wrote:

    small towns can have a higher risk of spread than cities

    I'm curious as to how you determined this? If you look at the numbers, it's the larger cities that...

  • Reply To: Moving in the Post Pandemic World

    I've been a remote worker (with a few short exceptions) since 2012. It allowed us the freedom to get into the RV life. We would travel around the U.S. in...

  • Reply To: The New Normal Annoyances

    Ralph Hightower wrote:

    Doctor Who 2 wrote:

    However, working from home has introduced some unexpected problems. In August we had to put down out 13-year-old Black Lab mix. I had hoped that she'd make it...

  • Reply To: The New Normal Annoyances

    I certainly don't miss being in the office. My home office is much quieter without dozens of conversations around me, people walking by, and 100% of my meetings were via...

  • Reply To: How Many Distinct Records

    Well, I missed this because I answered the question from my phone without my reading glasses and misread the number in the last entry. It looked to me to be...

  • Reply To: Remote Work Benefits

    I agree that if companies are going to require people to WFH, they should accommodate them. That's a different proposition than giving them the option and treating it as a...

  • Reply To: Desktop or Laptop for Remote Work

    Jonathan Gennick wrote:

    For the road I have a small-form-factor laptop that fits nicely on an airline tray table.

    Yeah, until the yahoo in the seat in front of you decides to lean...

  • Reply To: The Hidden Trigger

    As someone said very early in this thread, if you abuse a SQL Server feature, it will abuse you back! 🙂

    I worked on a project once which relied heavily on...

  • Reply To: Desktop or Laptop for Remote Work

    Jason A. Long wrote:

    Laptops are great if you actually need the portability they offer... but... if a laptop is going to spend it's entire useful life in the same docking station, why...

  • Reply To: Desktop or Laptop for Remote Work

    I've kicked my desktops to the curb. I have a laptop for work and one for personal use. I use a docking station for both when I'm in my office...

  • Reply To: Your Data After Life

    I know what you mean, Steve. My wife is, shall we say, considerably less technical than I when it comes to computers. To make things a bit easier for her...

  • Reply To: Changing Computer Retail

    I got a bit nostalgic when you recounted your shopping experience in your youth. I recall those days too (although I was quite a bit older 🙂 ) when I...

  • Reply To: Other IDEs

    I also work with numerous databases (PostgreSQL, Redshift, SQL Server, DB2, Oracle, and others) and therefore use dBeaver. I found it works quite well with a consistent approach across all...

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