Pulse » Recent Items from 3/2009
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So I’m loving the ability to configure what information I want to see in my object explorer details window (SQL Server 2008). In SSMS if you don’t have your object explorer details window up hit F7. Now click on the Databases folder. So by default (at least on ...
This post should probably be called “The Power of Twitter.” I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: I love Twitter. I mostly follow SQL Server people, so it’s become a great source of new information and help when I feel like banging my head against the ...
I hate database triggers. Whew. It feels good to get that out in the open. I have been holding that in for almost ten years. It got harder to admit after I became a DBA, and as time went by it started to feel as if I was trapped in ...
I received my t-shirt from Simple Talk a couple of weeks ago, but I finally got around to getting a picture with it. I’m ready for the battle.
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