Defensive Db Programming Chapter 06

We are here again after another week and ready for another episode in this series.  Today we get to talk about chapter 6 in the book by Alex Kuznetsov (Blog).  You can find more on […]

Memory

Not a sound from the pavement Have you ever come across a SQL query that used to run faster?  Has that query just recently begun to run considerably slower? I just ran into one of […]

SSSOLV: Twitter Compliant

This is just a short blast about the Las Vegas User Group called SSSOLV (Web | Twitter).  I am not certain why it took so long for us to do this, but we have finally […]

Sp_whoAmI

I was doing a little catching up on some blog reading today and came across a new post from Adam Machanic (Blog | Twitter).  The post is titled Who Are You and is asking for […]

Defensive Db Programming Chapter 05

We are here again after another week and ready for another episode in this series.  Today we get to talk about chapter 5 in the book by Alex Kuznetsov (Blog).  You can find more on […]

Star Struck

Have you ever run into an error and been puzzled as to why that error occurred? Recently I have been working on a project to backfill a development and QA environment.  These environments are essential […]

S3OLV August Recap

The SQL Server Society of Las Vegas meeting has come and gone once again.  This meeting is held typically on the second thursday of the month each month.  Once the meeting got under way, it […]

TSQL Tuesday 009 Roundup

T-SQL Tuesday #009: Beach Time I hope you enjoyed your time in the sun with your toes in the sand.  We are wrapping up this vacation with a little recap on what we learned.  There […]

Defensive Db Programming Chapter 04

This week we will be checking out the fourth chapter of this book by Alex.  This is a continuous effort that started with my blog post on the first chapter.  In this chapter, Alex delves […]

R & R

It is once again time for the blog party known as TSQL Tuesday.  I am hosting this month and wanted to also participate.  The theme is “Beach Time” and this is TSQL Tuesday #9.  Why […]