TSQL Tuesday #97: Learning in 2018

This month's blog topic for TSQL Tuesday is learning goals in 2018 and is being hosted by Mala Mahadevan (b/t). Mala has challenged the SQL community to list out specific learning plans for the upcoming year. It's an awesome topic for this time of year, especially as...

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New Job Update

I'm a bad DBA, at least from the standpoint of blogging. Only because I haven't done much of a lately. I did make sure to get a post in for TSQL2sDay to mention who I was thankful for. That was a great topic. So…if you're wondering why I haven't blogged, or have...

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TSQL Tuesday #96: Folks I’d like to thank

I think I’m actually going to make this TSQL Tuesday, it’s the first for me in a while. I kind of have a valid excuse, I left my job at the hospital in Denver and took a job in Duluth, MN. So currently I’m in the middle of a cross country move, and if you’re ever done...

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SQLSaturday Denver #673

I feel accomplished a bit this year, I've made it to two SQLSaturdays in the same calendar year. This SQLSaturday was put on by the Denver SQL Users group and was hosted at the University of Denver. There were a number of sessions I wanted to attend, and they all...

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Group BY: SSMS Shortcuts

Every so often, you come across game changing information. Most of the time, this type of information costs money. So it is EXTREMELY rare to come across this type of information for free. With that being said, I want to give a shout out, and HUGE Thank You, to Brent...

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Career Evolution…

I'll admit, that for a while now, I have been longing for a change in my day from a job perspective. No, I don't dislike being a DBA and yes I would love to do more development stuff, but that's not completely the point. In the past I have done report writing, as well...

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T-SQL Tuesday #93 – Interview Fails

T-SQL Tuesday is a monthly blog party that is the brain child of Adam Machanic (b/t). This month the blog party is being hosted by Kendra Little (b/t). This month’s topic is about interviews and patterns used in interviews. As Data Professionals, we spend a lot of...

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Microsoft’s Linux Embrace

Having been in the IT industry for a while, I've learned a few things. One of those so called things is, Microsoft and Linux are different worlds. I mean, every other computer operating system is POSIX based but Windows. In fact, back in the Ballmer days (circa 2001),...

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