- How I learned to stop worrying and love the b̶o̶m̶b̶ MVP
- Announcing our SQLSaturday Cambridge “Bring-A-Boss” Training day promotion
- Not Accepted for the PASS Summit 2015?
- Announcing SharePoint Saturday Cambridge – We got two tribes
- Speaking at SharePoint Saturday London
- Want to choose your own agenda? From SQLSaturday to the PASS Summit!
- Delivering Precon at SQLSaturday #413 Denmark
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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Possibly one of the very first things we learn as fledgling DBA’s is that transactions are used to provide “all or nothing” operations. If you ever go for a SQL Server job interview, you are almost guaranteed to be asked … Continue reading →
SQL Server has many facets and behaviors that are often misunderstood and do not always work quite as we may have expected. At first you may believe that you understand the mechanics, only to realize after a little bit of … Continue reading →
Probably one of the most over-looked parts of any big or small SQL Event can sometimes be the speaker dinner -which essentially boils down to one thing… the organisers way of showing their appreciation to the speakers who have traveled … Continue reading →