Monthly Archives: January 2011

SQLRally, just proud to be in there with you

What did I submit? Several months ago, I submitted two sessions to SQLRally with great enthusiasm as detailed in this post. The first “The Great High Availability Hustle” I had been thinking about for a very long time and is … Continue reading

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From Gnome to Flux

In between the time I am looking into all things SQL and all things Microsoft I am usually tinkering in Linux, and this usually consists of tweaking my user desktop environment so that I may have a more productive and … Continue reading

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Countdown to extinction, goodbye SQL 7

I cannot let the week go by without a special goodbye to an old friend. If you hadn’t already heard, SQL 7.0 support officially ended on the 11th January of this week. This means that as of now, legacy installations … Continue reading

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