Just announced yesterday, SQLSaturday #100 will be held in Brazil on November 26, 2011. Just a little over four years since we started the planning for #1 in Orlando, it seems like both a long time and not very long at all. A lot of people have volunteered a lot of time to get to […]Read more "A Big Milestone-SQLSaturday #100"
I’ve written a lot here, but for June & July (and part of August) I’m trying to just keep the ship moving (my part of it at least) while I recharge. I still manage to have a few things going on, so here is the 60th update on my efforts as I hit 2.5 years […]Read more "PASS Update #60"
2011-07-04 12:22:00Read more "Android Game: Slice-It"
I’m late posting it, but I was featured on SQLPeople for June 27th. It’s a project Andy Leonard has going on and it’s interesting indeed to see the similarities and differences from those of that work with SQL Server.Read more "Profiled on SQLPeople"
A quick plug for my friend Blain Barton from Microsoft, he’s got a series of three broadcasts that are video, but done in radio interview format. Worth a look.Read more "Denali on TechNet Radio"
It’s so easy to make make mistakes with dates. Here is another one I saw recently, this one used when doing some checks on some billable data that had been captured: select * from sometable where somedate between ‘6/1/2011’ and ‘7/1/2011’ Nine times out of ten when you see that statement what they meant was: […]Read more "Subtle Errors When Using Dates-Part 2"
Once again this year we’ll be holding a meeting open to all SQLSaturday event leaders and key team members (and space permitting, we’ll also welcome SQLSaturday volunteers at any level). Karla from PASS HQ will be sending out invitations in the next couple weeks, but for now wanted to get it published as early as […]Read more "SQLSaturday Round Table at the PASS Summit (Early Reminder)"