The 101st addition to the SQL monthly blog party is being hosted by Jens Vestergaard (b/t). For the topic this month, Jens has asked which tools are essential to our daily job. Or rather, which tools do I depend on as a DBA. Interesting Topic I would love to say I noticed the invitation last week and had an idea
This month, Aaron Bertrand (b/t) is hosting the TSQL Tuesday topic. And this month, the topic of choice is either 1) an outside hobby or 2) bad habits found/used in TSQL. I somehow think by the time I’m done with this post, I’m going to blur the two together. My Outside Interests: Motorcycles I have a number of interests outside
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 we’re slowing a bit to focus on family and
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 one….you know the
T-SQL Tuesday is a monthly blog party that is the brainchild of Adam Machanic (b/t). This month the blog party is being hosted by Kendra Little (b/t). This month’s topic is on interviews and patterns used in interviews. As Data Professionals, we spend a lot of time with our heads in books, blogs, Twitter, Stack Exchange, etc. learning as much
T-SQL Tuesday is a monthly blog party that is the brainchild of Adam Machanic (blog/twitter). This month the blog party is being hosted by Raul Gonzalez (blog/twitter). This month’s topic is about lessons learned the hard way. Learning the hard way… I can’t say that I have learned these things in the SQL world, because I am relatively new to
DevOps has been a buzzed word in the IT space for a while now. In case you are unfamiliar, DevOps is the conceptual marriage between Developers and IT Operations. The idea behind DevOps is to facilitate communication and collaboration via cross department integration, which is a crude way of saying the barriers between operations and developers are being broken down/stripped. While the concept of DevOps is not new, bringing databases into DevOps is (or rather, maybe to me it is).
T-SQL Tuesday is a monthly blog party that is the brainchild of Adam Machanic (blog/twitter). This month the blog party is being hosted by Koen Verbeeck ( blog/twitter) and is inspired by Kendra Little’s (blog/twitter) recent blog post regarding the role of the DBA and The Cloud. Change Working in IT doesn’t have any guarantees except one, that things will