This month’s (#127) T-SQL Tuesday is brought by B | T) and he asked about Non SQL Tips and tricks. As a Windows user I know there are lots of shortcuts and small hacks, that I love, which make my life much easier! Here is my small contribution: Windows tips & tricks and shortcuts WIN + X -> to access a lot of management stuff in a quick way WIN + V -> If you looking for a clipboard manager (keep multiple entries) since Windows 10 (build 1809) we can have it natively.
This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is brought by Steve Jones (b | t) and he wants to know if triggers causes headaches or happiness to us. This is the 106nd edition of TSQL2sDay - an Adam Machanic (b | t) brainchild. Triggers are those kind of database objects that sometimes are the best bet but most of the times they will strike back. “Why?” - You may ask. From my experience triggers are objects that we “tend” to forget are there, and only when we hit a problem and, sometimes, after digging into the problem we end by saying something like
This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is brought to us by Riley Major (b | t) and he encourage us to talk about how we are helping by giving back to our community. This is the 102nd edition of TSQL2sDay - an Adam Machanic’s (b | t) brainchild. Let’s go back for a moment: I have heard about SQL Server the first time back in 2003 when I was on the high school and I had a database class.
blog | twitter) and is all about “folks who have made a difference” in our careers. Thank you, Ewald! This is a great topic! Here is my short list: Here is my short list: Paulo Silva (in) He was my first boss in the IT world! I was his apprentice when I started my internship. He was going to move to a manager position and I had to continue his work.
This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is brought to us by my good friend Rob Sewell (b | t). Together “Let’s get all Posh – What are you going to automate today?” I have written some blog posts on how I use PowerShell to automate mundane tasks or some other more complex scenarios like: Find and fix SQL Server databases with empty owner property using dbatools PowerShell module or Have you backed up your SQL Logins today?