It’s been a while since my last pre-con, in fact it’s been a while since my last SQL Saturday with both of these events happening in Exeter a few months back. At that time I did a joint pre-con with Mark Pryce-Maher called Performance Troubleshooting for the (Accidental) DBA which we shall undoubtedly do again […]
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Alerts have been around for as long as I can remember, so some time before breakfast. That probably means you need to get a wriggle on and upgrade to SQL Server 2014. If you are still wondering whether to upgrade I did write a post on it some time back which may help: 5 Top […]
Like most people I have a bucket list of things to do before I depart for other things. However I chose to have two bucket lists, one personal and one professional. I’m now one step closer to ticking another one off of my professional bucket list, the title should give you a big clue. A […]
This series is all about problems you will face at some point in your career as a data professional specifically around the areas of Disaster Recovery and High Availability. As HA/DR is such an intricate topic please don’t expect this to be one of those one a day series.
I first came across the error “(Ctrl+E) was pressed. Waiting for the second key of chord…” last year, these weird errors have a tendency to come at the worst times.