If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’re straight, white, male, and English-speaking. There’s also a high likelihood that you live in the United… Read More »It’s 2021, so why are you reading this?
Microsoft announced updates today for all supported versions of SQL Server, for a privilege escalation vulnerability that leverages Extended Events. For security reasons no further details… Read More »Security update for all supported versions of SQL Server (CVE-2021-1636)
To view posts about previous T-SQL Tuesday entries, please use this tag. The late, great, Robert Davis invited us on Independence Day 2010 to write… Read More »T-SQL Tuesday Retrospective #008: Gettin’ Schooled
According to my blog post schedule, this is the final post of the year. It’s nothing more than a coincidence, but making it through the… Read More »2020 was certainly a year on the calendar
This is the seventh post in my retrospective attempt to answer every T-SQL Tuesday invitation. In the beginning of June 2010, Jorge Segarra invited us… Read More »T-SQL Tuesday Retrospective #007: Summertime in the SQL
I am revisiting old T-SQL Tuesday invitations from the very beginning of the project. On May 3, 2010, Michael Coles invited us to write about… Read More »T-SQL Tuesday Retrospective #006: What about blob?
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Last week I presented on three separate occasions during what is considered the biggest Microsoft Data Platform conference of the year, the PASS Summit: Full-day… Read More »Setting yourself up for online streaming success, PASS Virtual Summit style
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In my quest to respond to every T-SQL Tuesday since the dawn of the end of 2009, it was only a matter of time before… Read More »T-SQL Tuesday Retrospective #003: Relationships
For the second T-SQL Tuesday ever — again, hosted by Adam Machanic — we were asked one of three options, and I elected to go… Read More »T-SQL Tuesday Retrospective #002: A Puzzling Situation