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When You Love Data as Much as I Do…
I’ve been working in data for a long time. After a while, you recognize the issues that everyone runs into sooner or later—and hopefully, can come up with some pretty creative solutions. I love being able to wax profound (or at least, long-winded) about why these issues come up and how I like to go about resolving them. Or just pose a question to my fellow data professionals so we can discuss. Check out my past blog articles here, or get in touch if there’s a topic you think I should cover.
Why Become a PowerShell DBA
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SMO and Index Fragmentation
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Networking: What exactly is it, and how do you use it (appropriately)?
I have had the opportunity lately to tap into “Marketing” something to get some traction on a Vote for Me
Powershell, SMO and Database Files
In response to some questions about renaming a physical file for a database, I have 2 versions of Powershell scripts
An honor to be among the SQL Server MVPs
I just found out last night that I was officially awarded SQL MVP. I am honored to be among those
I am loving Office 2010
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The Best Thing I Learned at PASS
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Windows 7 is pretty cool
I have downloaded Windows 7 and installed the x64 version on my Dell Latitude D820 last week. My experience is
GP 10 and eConnect and RMTransaction
I have been working on a project that involves eConnect 10 for Microsoft Dynamics GP 10. The documentation exists, but
Vista SP1 on x64
I have installed SP1 on my Dell Lattitude D820 with Vista Ultimate x64 on it. It is quite a bit