Monthly Archives: July 2011

#Google+ there and back again

My G+ experience may be limited but the amount of information on G+ is essentially limitless.  This prenatal (July 31st, 2011) community already does an excellent job of using the Share method.   So much so that for certain information … Continue reading

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Wednesday Weekly #sqlserver Links for 2011-30

Being an Exceptional DBA Award 2011 Finalist « Chris Taylor’s SQL Server Blog via chrisjarrintaylor.co.uk on 7/26/11 Article to:           COMMUNITY         The Tipping Point – DISTINCT Causes Timeouts via weblogs.sqlteam.com on 7/26/11 Article to:     … Continue reading

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Wednesday Weekly #sqlserver Links for 2011-29

Show-Me-The-Code!EXEC DatabaseBackup/DatabaseIntegrityCheck/IndexOptimize…SQL Server 2005 and 2008 – Backup, Integrity Check and Index Optimization INSERT #FindDupes…Kimberly L. Tripp  How can you tell if an index is REALLY a duplicate### SCRIPT GENERATES INI FILES…SirSQL.net – Blog – Creating A Clustered SQL Install … Continue reading

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Wednesday Weekly #sqlserver Links for 2011-28

Future ProofingMust read, no seriously read this… Building Your DBA SkillsetHeres some nice help for your next presentation… How to Make a Presentation: Writing Versus PowerPointTitle says it all… List of Free PowerShell eBooks Ideas for moving you from good … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #20 – T-SQL Best Practices #tsql2sday

T-SQL Tuesday @banerjeeamit is the host this month for the blog party known as #tsql2sday in Twitterverse.  Please click on the T-SQL TUESDAY image to jump to his blog TroublshootingSQL and read about the blog party history as well as … Continue reading

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Wednesday Weekly #sqlserver Links for 2011-27

After being repeatedly warned More NOLOCK concerns…What does WITH (NOLOCK) actually mean Caution switching between UNION and OR…Converting OR to UNION No support for databases on mount point root…Using Mount Points with SQL Server Sucking the MarrowInformation on record format…The … Continue reading

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My 2011 life lesson learned

The year 2011 has been unusual.  My family and I have experienced some unfortunate events.  I was in a car accident and almost caused another on a highway, one of our children was the victim of a crime and my … Continue reading

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