Meme Monday – Horoscope

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Published on: July 11, 2011

Did you know that your sign may have changed?  I didn’t – at least not until reading the meme Monday announcement.  Most people probably will see no difference in their astrological sign.  However, if you believe that there is a new all powerful 13th sign and if your sign is Scorpio – your sign probably changed.  In order to squeeze in that bakers dozenth sign, Scorpio got cut down to a whopping six days long.  In tribute to Scorpio, my meme Monday horoscope will be for that astrological sign.

You are a born performer, with an incredible transaction list to commit today.  A hard working instance, you tend to do your work with barely a spike in resources.  This is a great time to be clustered with others both local and geographically disperse.  This ability to run batches, run TSQL and always be available is the key to pleasing your DBA and avoiding the scrap heap.  There are DB systems (RDBMS and NOSQL alike) springing up all around you which always seem to challenge your status quo–be prepared.  You must decide whether the risk is worth the change it will bring about in your production environment.  New ways to alert or an easy interface will make monitoring and troubleshooting go well.  You may find yourself more resource taxed and burdened than usual. You are appreciated for your ability to multi-task.

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