At long last I am bringing the next installment in this mini-series. You can find the rest of the articles by perusing the last article I wrote on the topic. That article was a correction […]
Last week I posted an article about plagiarism. This is a follow-up to that. After posting that blog article, Steiner quickly removed the copied content. The tone may have been a bit harsh in that […]
Recently I received a new opportunity via email. Steve Jones at SQLServerCentral sent me an email to see if I would be interested in helping review a book and write about it on my blog. […]
Today I ran into an interesting website. While I was trying to locate information concerning a SQL Saturday event, I came across one of my blog entries on another site. I syndicate to SQLServerCentral and […]
A new article for the SQL Standard is now available. You can find the article here. The article is by Sam Bendayan and covers the topic of set-based programming. Check it out.
The last post in the series on finding the sizes of your tables showed us how we could find that size via a set-based method similar to using sp_MStablespace. In that post I showed you […]
I am now full swing into my two-a-days. It took me a little longer to get into the swing but I have been pretty steady for a little over a week now with the two-a-days. […]
On the evening of May 13th, S3OLV held its monthly meeting. We had some really good discussion, and got to participate in a couple of good presentations. Charley (Chapter President) gave a presentation on his […]
In the DMVs for SQL 2005 and SQL 2008 there is more than one place you can find the information about the size of your LOB data? And it goes without saying that there is more than one way to find information about LOBs in your database.
It is once again that time of year. It is time to nominate the DBA in your life for the Exceptional DBA of the Year Award. This award is sponsored by RedGate. You can read […]