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How important is database documentation to you? I know you have a hundred “more important” things to do. But consider this: how much time is it going to take you to document the purpose of a constraint right now? How much time will you spend trying to r…
Earlier this month I attended PASS Summit 2013 in Charlotte, NC. It was my third, and my favorite so far (I say that every year). Among the many activities I got to participate in, I was interviewed for PASStv. (Look for me on day one!) One of the ques…
It’s almost time for the biggest SQL Server focused conference in the world – PASS Summit. I’ll be heading down to Charlotte, NC for a week of learning, teaching, running, and networking!
SSRS has a default set of color combinations for charts. Let’s face it, they aren’t pretty.
This month, our host, Bradley Ball, wants to hear about at least one moment in SQL time that I would like back.
This is the most comprehensive look at Windows and SQL Server failover clustering that exists. In this book, Allan Hirt, a clustering expert and Microsoft MVP, lays a solid foundation for all aspects of clustering.
I love and am very familiar with SQL Server. But, as a consultant, I need to step outside of that box pretty often, and advise people on applications, storage, and networking. I have general knowledge of those topics, gathered from many years in IT, see…
On Saturday, April 6, 2013, Madison, WI hosted its second annual SQL Saturday. It was another successful year! We had 241 attendees, an increase over last year. It’s been exciting to watch the Wisconsin SQL Server community grow over the past five ye…
It's the second Tuesday of the month, and you know what that means: it's T-SQL Tuesday! Standing up in front of a room of people and talking, especially on a technical topic, can induce nightmares. Think about everything that could go wrong. Your lapto…
I’ve been running FoxPASS in Appleton, WI for 8 months...
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