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Posts Tagged ‘SQL’

PASS Summit 2014 – Call for Speakers

That’s right ladies and gentlemen the PASS Summit 2014 Summit Call for Speakers is officially open for business!!! Last year was my first year presenting at a Summit and I can’t wait to submit and hopefully have an abstract and topic that people are interested in. I actually was honored and selected for 2 sessions […]

What Is My Restore Doing?

I love that I can still learn cool new stuff with SQL Server even after 15 years 🙂 I was trying to troubleshoot a problem and got to the point where I was questioning everything I knew about backups/restores because I just couldn’t explain what was going on and why a restore was taking so […]

Happy 2014 SQL Folks!!!

Seems like a year since my last post haw haw haw But seriously it has been a while and it’s a new year so I guess it’s time I make good on a resolution (or make one in the first place) and blog more. 2013 was a great year and professionally it marked the first […]

Check Constraints That Call Functions

Originally this blog post was going to be about how using check constraints that call functions basically eliminates SQL Server’s ability to do set-based operations and I was going to setup an example that inserted 10 rows to show that because of the check constraint that calls a function SQL Server ends up calling the […]

My First PASS Summit (as a speaker)

It’s official… I will be presenting two sessions at PASS Summit 2013 in Charlotte, North Carolina. I’m honored to have been selected and I can’t wait to see my #SQLFamily members who will be in attendance this year. I don’t want this to sound like a cheesy acceptance speech at some awards show but I […]

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