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tsqllint

My PASS local group, IndyPASS, has its monthly meeting tonight. At my insistence, first-time presenter Nathan Boyd is showing off a SQL tool called tsqllint. Nathan, a coworker of mine at Salesforce, is the leading developer behind this GitHub project. … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #104

My thanks to Bert Wagner and his chosen topic for T-SQL Tuesday, Code You Would Hate To Live Without. It was just enough of an excuse to dust off the cobwebs here and get back to posting. Anyway, since half … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday, Late to the DevOps Party

This is what I get for slacking off on my blogging… So, I totally missed this month’s T-SQL Tuesday. Which is a shame, because it’s an area I have a lot to talk about. Grant Fritchey hosted T-SQL Tuesday #91, … Continue reading

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Threading

A while back, I wrote an app that spawned a collection of threads to run some work in parallel, using the resources in the System.Threading namespace of the .NET Framework. Some time after that, I worked on another app that … Continue reading

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A Christmas Wishlist

I finally had the chance to catch up on some reading last week, and it got me thinking about sharing this list. If you are in software development, then I would consider these four books to be required reading. I’m … Continue reading

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Fonts and Frustration

TL;DR – There are a couple of XML files at the end of this post. If you regularly present technical material using SSMS, download these. I present technical sessions now and then – my local PASS group, SQL Saturdays, internal … Continue reading

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And So We Meet Again

This is not a technical topic, but one I find myself very passionate about. An article today at NPR brought it to the forefront. As my organization matures, like every organization, rampant movement is slowly replaced by more controlled but … Continue reading

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