Monthly Archives: October 2019

  1. That slippery slope

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    October 30, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    We need to have processes and rules. They are important to any business. That said, exceptions are also going to …
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  2. #PowershellBasics: The GetType() and GetTypeCode() methods

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    October 28, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    I’m a DBA. Data types are kind of important to me. I mean I know they are important to developers …
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  3. Want to be more comfortable with the Extended Events Viewer?

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    October 23, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    I’ll admit, I’m a lot more comfortable with tracing and the profiler than I am with EE (extended events) and …
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  4. #PowershellBasics: Get-Help -Online

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    October 21, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    One of the other things I learned from the Powershell class I’m taking this week is that there is an …
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  5. #PowershellBasics: Multiple run spaces in ISE

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    October 16, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    As you know from the last few posts, I’m in a class on Powershell. One of the first things we …
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  6. #PowershellBasics: The Windows Powershell icon in the task bar also lets you run Powershell ISE.

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    October 14, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    I don’t know about you, but I like having the tools that I’m likely to use on my taskbar. That …
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  7. #PowershellBasics: Powershell vs Powershell Core

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    October 10, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    I’m taking a Powershell class this week and I have to say the teacher is one of the best I’ve …
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  8. Using 3rd party tools. T-SQL Tuesday #119

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    October 8, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    It’s that time again! Alex Yates (b/t) has asked us to discuss a time in tech when we’ve changed our …
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  9. SQL Homework – October 2019 – Code review (self and peer)

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    October 2, 2019 by Kenneth Fisher

    Every database person I’ve ever met writes at least some code at some point in their career. That code might …
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