Blog » Entries from 7/10/2009
Let me preface this post by saying how much I love my job. I don’t want to lose my job and therefore I will be unable to name names. However, from time to time I will be using this bully pulpit to shout to the 6 people that read ...
We had another CBusPASS meeting last night. I would love to say that things went off without a hitch, but that was not the case.
Due to circumstances outside of anyone’s control our speaker, Andy Leonard, was very late getting signed in to LiveMeeting. What do you do when ...
With the introduction of the DMVs in SQL 2005, there’s now a wealth of information available on every aspect of SQL’s behaviour. It’s possible now to interrogate the SQL procedure cache to find out what queries have been running and how well or badly they are performing ...
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