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I like hunting. Not the kind where you are walking around the forrest and trying to find a target. No, I like hunting for SQL queries that are messy, or down right nasty. My latest hunting adventure was to find the root cause for intermittent query timeouts, that could happen ...
Sorry all, that I missed this earlier and I meant to post this on Thursday, but I got tied up with work. This news listed below from Amazon’s web site is really good news. Last month, I was hosting this site on EC2 and since I wanted to run ...
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