For those of you with access to the SQLSaturday admin site (used by event leaders) one of the things you can do is ‘borrow’ message templates from any event. Start at Message Center on the main menu, then Message History. Pick an event to see all the message they sent. Then click the pencil button (bottom […]Read more "SQLSaturday Message Templates – Copy From Other Events"
This year I was interested to see that they did the Hour of Code in the elementary school my daughter attends. Seems like it is catching on. Both of my children did the Minecraft exercise to completion and were pleased to be able to print out the certificate at the end. I like the concept, […]Read more "The Hour of Code 2015"
Last week James Rowland-Jones announced that he would be resigning from the PASS Board to accept a position with Microsoft. JRJ was the incoming VP this year and that causes a certain amount of turmoil: JRJ was appointed to be VP starting in 2016, but because his seat wasn’t technically vacant until Jan 1, 2016 […]Read more "New Vacancy on the PASS Board"
I’m starting the new year with a trip to Nashville for SQLSaturday #480 to do presentation on automating restores. New topic, trying it out early to see if it will be my ‘presentation of the year’ or not. Hoping to plan my trip so I have time to see more of Nashville than the last time […]Read more "Speaking at SQLSaturday Nashville in January 2016"
This one is live today, it’s about Powershell and restoring databases, based on some scripting I had been working on. It should be an easy question for you – how’s that for a challenge?Read more "Question of the Day: Check, Please"