Have you wondered how much memory was being consumed by SQL Server? Have you wondered if there was a way to find out that information from a tSQL command? On occasion it would be nice […]
Have you been working with compression? Have you inherited a database that may or may not have some tables compressed? On occasion you may want to know what the compression type being used on a […]
For the month of February, I conducted the S3OLV meeting virtually from the confines of home in Utah. As you may know, I have moved from Vegas back to Utah. Despite having moved away from […]
Several moons ago I learned that I had won one of the categories for the 2010 SQLServerpedia Blogger Awards. You can read about that here. Of all of the promises made in that post, I […]
Well, we are coming around into a new year. With this new year there is once again PASS Summit preparations that are well under way. Time has come again for people to volunteer to help […]
I am getting this out extremely late. I seriously have good excuses for that. Due to my location and Charley feeling ill, we will be doing the S3OLV UG meeting entirely virtual this month. Here […]
Often, we hear about DBA’s automating everything under the sun. Why? It simplifies the job and creates time to work on other projects.
The last week of January 2011, I wrote a blog post entering a contest for free training at the hands of SQLSkills. Later that week an announcement was made as to the winner(s) of that […]