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Have you set the bar high enough to ensure your success? You’re reading Taking It To The Next Level, day 5 of 5 Days to Outstanding DBA Customer Service. What prompted this journey into exploring what is Outstanding Customer Service for the Data Professional? Good Question. You can find ...
Here’s another scenario where the Formula Engine is unable to cache the results of calculations longer than the lifetime of a query (thanks to Akshai Mirchandani yet again for pointing this one out): when you use dynamic named sets inside calculations. To see this happening add the following calculations ...
OK, it’s the last day of March, and I’m phoning in this blog post. It’s not that I haven’t spent a lot of time learning something new this month, it’s that I’ve got a pile of stuff to get through before leaving on vacation ...
Wondering what to do when you get a break from work email today? Make your opening move in a fun contest. What’s to win? The prize is tempting booty: Idera Software is giving away a free trip to SQLCruise Alaska. And not just part of the trip, it’s ...
I am taking a bit of a right turn with this post and subsequent ones for this series. I am heading into the msdb database from here on out. I am doing this for two reasons: because there is less than a week left in the series and because these ...
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