XEventaphobia: Conquer your fear
When Extended Events first came out in 2008, I – like many people – took a look and sheepishly walked away. I knew what was being communicated was important and cool, but it … Continue reading
The next DBA I hire. Junior ?
There are some initiatives on the horizon that even the mustaches upstairs can interpret as creating a future that will require more hands on deck. So I was given some spots to … Continue reading
T-SQL Tue #50 Log Shipping With Powershell – A Better Mousetrap?
This month the Tsql2sDay topic is automation – props to our host SqlChow for the topic. Props to Adam Machanic for the rolling party. Post Disclaimer: Normally if there is a process that Microsoft … Continue reading
Can you read the syntax of books online?
If you have any professional experience with SQL Server I guarantee at some point you have relied heavily on books online (Tech Net, MSDN). The last Microsoft test I passed I mostly focused on the “skills measured” summary … Continue reading