It always seems that when I give a talk on performance there are 100+ people packed in the room but when it comes to security there’s 10 to 15 people. No one likes patches, unless you’re talking about a puppy named patches or something that’s not related to updates; yet, it’s so important that we all do them.
SQL is a stout language and SQL Server has so many features that it’s impossible to be an expert in everything. I see a lot of people gravitate towards performance; but, that’s not the best place to focus. If you don’t know the fundamentals of the language then you will never be the best performance tuner.Read More »
I decided to poke fun at ORM tools again this week. Hope you enjoy.
Understanding the fundamentals is key for success, with everything you do. These days SQL Server has expanded into much more than just a database; but, products that ingest data for analysis still need to get the data from a source, such as an OLTP SQL database.Read More »
Hello California! I’m headed your way and will be speaking at SQL Saturday #773. The full schedule is live and there are a lot of great speakers to check out. If you’re in LA or the surrounding area on June 9th be sure to check it out. The event is a LMU and it’s sure to be packed with knowledge and prizes.
The event is totally free and all are welcome. Register here to start the fun: https://www.sqlsaturday.com/773/registernow.aspx