Monthly Archives: March 2011

Everybody wants to be important

I’m a very big fan of “self-development” materials whether they be books, audio, presentations or simply just ramblings on the Internet and last year during the “Meet an MVP” lunch time at the SQL PASS 2010 Summit this was the … Continue reading

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VirtualBox randomness

Disclaimer: If you want to learn something then stop reading this post now …however if you (like me) take enjoyment in the weird, unusual and unexplained then please continue reading on. Regular readers of my ramblings will by now appreciate … Continue reading

Posted in Linux, Virtualization

Visit to the Microsoft Business Intelligence Seminar 2011

Last week I visited Microsoft for the Microsoft Business Intelligence Seminar presentation given by¬† Rafal Lukawiecki (Twitter|Blog). I must say that I found this one of the most valuable full day presentations that I have watched in a VERY long … Continue reading

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