I don’t know how you consultants do it. I’ve traveled for a week at a time, twice in two months – and have one more trip planned. First to my company’s home office in Omaha at the end of March for Oracle OBIEE end user training. Second, to our sister company in Columbus Ohio for … Continue reading Always Learning
Solid state drives can fail just like anything can. I’ve been told that they fail gracefully and I’ll have enough time to rescue my files. Is that true? Read on. For a couple weeks my home PC’s SSD (a 60GB OC-Z Agility 1 I bought two years ago on sale) has been reporting errors when … Continue reading Anatomy of a Solid State Disk Failure
Have you ever wanted free training on using, maintaining or developing for Microsoft SQL Server, along with the opportunity to network with your peers and other SQL experts? The Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) created SQL Saturday for exactly that reason: PASS SQLSaturday’s are free 1-day training events for SQL Server professionals that … Continue reading SQL Saturday 132 – Pensacola, FL
Happy birthday to SQLJuJu.com! Once I get layout and appearance decided, I will blog about my adventures in the DBA world of SQL Server and related tools. This is actually a project I’d started after PASS Summit 2011, but external influences and a million excuses kept pushing it to the back burner. There are always … Continue reading First Post!