t-SQL Tuesday

T-SQL Tuesday #032 – A Day in the Life of a freelance Development DBA

17 July 2012

This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is hosted by Erin Stellato (blog | twitter) with a theme of “A Day in The Life”. Erin talks about the fact that our job title is often not a real reflection of everything we do, sometimes not even anything we do.  So for this month’s blog party, Erin asks us […]

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T-SQL Tuesday #031 – Logging

12 June 2012

This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is hosted by Aaron Nelson (blog | twitter) with a theme of “logging”.  Although Aaron’s definition of this topic is deliberately broad, I thought I would go with a more typical definition and talk about the approach I use for logging the actions of large multi-step stored procedures.

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T-SQL Tuesday #028 – Specialist? Generalist? Or Both?

13 March 2012

delaware florida This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is hosted by Argenis Fernandez with a theme of “Jack of All Trades, Master of None?”.  As Argenis asks, are you a generalist, a specialist, or both? Can you even be both? In this post I will look at what those terms have meant and do mean to me.

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T-SQL Tuesday #025 Tips and Tricks

13 December 2011

This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is hosted by Allen White (blog | twitter) with a theme of Tips and Tricks.  Choosing what to write about is not as simple as one might think (at least for me), we all have little tricks up our sleeves but the question is which of these would be useful to […]

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T-SQL Tuesday #024 – Exception Handling made simple

8 November 2011

I’ve been developing and using a simple logging framework for SQL Server on nearly every project I’ve worked on for the last five years, always with the intention of making it available for public use. That framework is Log4TSql and this month’s T-SQL Tuesday finally prompted me to put together a proper build on Sourceforge. […]

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