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Speaking at Portland Maine #SQLSAT293

I am excited to speak at the SQL Saturday 293 in Maine this weekend. Hope to see you there.  There is a great lineup in the agenda. My talks will be SMO Internals for High Performace PowerShell and SQL Server TDE.  The links will take you to the session where I will upload my slide decks and scripts.

It will be a great time and I look forward to seeing the likes of Adam Machanic (blog | twitter), Wayne Sheffield (blog| twitter), Grant Fritchey (blog | twitter), David Klee (blog | twitter), Andrew Kelly (blog | twitter) and all the other great speakers that will be there.

See you in Maine.

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MCM SQL Server 2008 Achieved

Another step in my career as I have passed the Lab Exam and have become an MCM in SQL Server 2008.  I believed I could achieve it after passing my knowledge exam the first time. The first attempt at the lab was back in October and it was disappointing to find out that I didContinue Reading

Log Shipping encounters corrupt log backup

I ran into an issue the other day and wanted to ensure that I shared it out there.  In a Log Shipping scenario, you can occasionally run into a corrupt transaction log backup. This causes the database to stay in restoring mode (as mine was previously in a standby/read-only state for reporting), but requires theContinue Reading

SMO and Index Fragmentation

When working with SMO and Indexes there are times that you want to get the fragmentation of this particular index.  In SMO there is a method on the Index called EnumFragmentation.  When you call this method, there is a bug in SMO out on Connect (SMO Index Enum Fragmentation…) that you should vote for.  ThisContinue Reading