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Going to the PASS Summit this November? Let's fast forward and pretend it's November 2. You've made it to Seattle and are at the convention center for the welcome reception. While there you spot so-and-so whose blog you read or so-and-so who you follow on Twitter. You ...
Staying on top of patches for your applications can be important, especially when those patches can fix issues that are currently affecting your environment. I’ve run into this from time to time with where the fix for an issue is related to the current state of updates to the ...
About a year ago, a friend of mine introduced me to a weekly podcast from Manager-Tools. In each cast, Michael Auzenne and Mark Horstman share some of the lessons they’ve learned about how to be a more effective manager. These are actionable techniques rather than purely theoretical concepts. I ...
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