You got the parts, I got the circuit design and code. It’s time for part 2 of our backup button project.
Port 1433 Yet another Microsoft SQL Server Blog
Psst, hey kid? Want to make your own SQL Server IoT device?
On Saturday September 3rd, 2016 I spoke at SQL Saturday Oslo. As in: Oslo, Norway. That’s just a smidgen over 4000 miles from Dublin, Ohio as the crow flies, but for nine hours that day I felt just as at home there as I did speaking anywhere near my home.
At work this week, I got a new computer. I ditched my old laptop and started the long and arduous process of setting up my new PC. You know the drill: back up all...
It turns out that mixing multiple versions of SQL Server DLL’s when loading modules is a bad idea. Who knew?!
Sometimes, PowerShell scripts for SQL Server don’t need to be super fancy to be useful. In fact, you may just need to write a quick script to get something done. I had a particular challenge...
You might be monitoring those servers just fine, champ, but what about the actual data the business uses? Join me as we talk about data monitoring, PowerShell, and (in)famous quotes from managers. Also, lizards.