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This blog post will not be about Bob Dylan, but rather about some professional changes/challenges I’ve been up to lately.
What really makes someone working in and around SQL Server truly successful? Adaptability to the requirements we are given, while putting aside what we feel is the only right way to complete a task. Adaptability Without this going into a comparison b…
Something I’ve always had an issue with is people that bash and flame Microsoft products. Constructive criticism is fine. We all should be providing feedback about how a product is designed, setup, installs, and even how it performs. This feedback is…
My contribution to T-SQL Tuesday #44.
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…
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