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To me, it feels as if 2014 is a long time away. But it isn’t. Sinterklaas has already dropped off his presents and is probably already back in his castle in Spain. Christmas is almost upon us. And before we know it, we’ll be washing oliebollen down with Champagne.
That also means that I need to get cracking on preparing my precon seminar on ...
As promised, here are the slide deck and demo code I used for my presentation at the Bleeding Edge 2012 conference in Laško, Slovenia. Okay, I promised to have them up by Tuesday or Wednesday at worst, and it is now Saturday – my apologies for the delay.
Thanks again to all the attendees of my session. I hope you enjoyed it, and if you have any ...
I always enjoy spending time with my friends from Atlanta, as well as meeting folks and making new friends. If you live in the Atlanta area, I hope you'll join me on the evening of Wednesday, February 9th, 2011. Details are at the Atlanta SQL Server user group website.
It's common knowledge that I have a terrible memory for many ...
Back in late May, my pal Buck Woody (blog | twitter) and I presented SQL Server for the Oracle DBA. Buck played Jerry Lewis' role, while I played the straight man a la Dean Martin. You can see the recording and slide deck here. Since both Buck and I spent a considerable number of years working on Oracle, we felt like we had ...
We've got two sessions that you need to sign up
for right away. The upcoming webcast for Oracle-oriented folks has huge
registration numbers. So get in while you still can before we hit the
limit of what LiveMeeting can handle.
of the Week: SQL Server for the Oracle DBA
Webcast: SQL Server for the Oracle DBADate:
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(with a special focus on SQL Server 2008 R2)Did I mention that your Cohorts in Crime
(that be me
Ozar) are presenting?!?
The FREE 24 Hours of PASS event is bringing an exceptional
lineup of SQL Server and BI experts to your computer starting at
12:00 GMT (UTC) on May ...
Kalen Delaney and I were chatting via email about a past blog entry I'd written about trace flags. http://www.sqlmag.com/Article/ArticleID/92774/Trace_Flag_Changes_in_SQL_Server_2005.html
The blog entry was based on some discussions I'd listened in on between a few other SQL Server MVPs. In it, I said:
Oh, and there is ...