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  • RE: A Lightweight, Self-adjusting, Baseline-less Data Monitor

    Very interesting article, that I tucked away and recently had a reason to revisit. I am not sure I am understanding it completely. Do you have any other...

  • RE: The School Year

    I'm going to (determined to) complete "A Case Based Introduction to Biostatistics" on Coursera. Also trying to put together a blog series on building and consuming a data warehouse...

  • RE: 2013 Goals

    Oh, so many goals. Stuck in a very boring and not challenging job, so my primary goal is to stop the erosion of my skills that has happened due...

  • RE: No Limits

    We've seen RFPs asking for 2 terabytes of data in the cloud with 24 hour recovery time, with the data encrypted at rest. I can't find anyone who can...

  • RE: Time for Your Career

    I could realistically spend probably 5 hours a week outside of work on professional development. That's me saying I could spend an extra hour a day at work working on...

  • RE: Work to Live

    I agree with your post, but have trouble reconciling it with the Modern Resume, which suggests blogging, tweeting, and speaking about your professional life, in addition to the work you...

  • RE: A Break from Databases

    I really liked "Take Shelter", about a guy who is building out his underground shelter to save his family because he thinks a terrible storm is coming. He seems...

  • RE: SSIS ExecuteSQLExecutingQuery not logging

    Never mind, it turns out it was logging, but I wasn't finding it in the log due to my lack of attention to the details. Sheesh. I need...

  • RE: It’s Good to Eat Alone

    Half and half. I think it is very important to build and maintain those relationships at work through a lunch now and then, and it is also important to...

  • RE: Architecture for High Volume file processing

    Rob,

    You may be interested in reading this article:

    http://www.bidn.com/articles/integration-services/119/parallel-loads-in-ssis

    which seems to be similar to Todd's idea, and additionally describes how to affinitize an SSIS process to a core, so...

  • RE: Big Data and SQL

    Improving, and broadening, one's technical skills is not only worthwhile, it seems to be very necessary in today's economy, which stresses increased productivity (more output per worker). And I...

  • RE: best online tool to store work notes?

    Evernote is the winner. I am using it now, and finding it working well for my needs (after paying $45 for an annual subscription so I could upload my...

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