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voiceofthedba's podcast

A series of episodes that look at databases and the world from a data professional's viewpoint. Written and recorded by Steve Jones, editor of SQLServerCentral and The Voice of the DBA.

Episodes:

Type Released Title Description
03/24/2017 Change Approvals Part of a developer's or DBA's career is getting their work rele...
03/23/2017 I Hate to Send This Email I use TrueDelta to report my car status every month. It's a nice...
03/22/2017 Product Launches Over the years I've seen a lot of products launched. I still rem...
03/21/2017 We are All Data Companies I have seen more than a few people note that every company is a ...
03/20/2017 Why DevOps? Employee Satisfaction DevOps is being embraced by more and more companies, but still a...
03/17/2017 Using Trace Flags At SQLServerCentral, we recently published a list of all the tra...
03/16/2017 Informing the Internal IT Team Somehow across the course of my career, I've morphed from a stri...
03/15/2017 DevOps isn't perfect I saw a post recently from Grant Fritchey, Help Me, Help You, De...
03/14/2017 GUI or CLI There's a debate over on Scott Hanselman's blog about the GUI v ...
03/13/2017 Change Your SQL Server Oil One of the things I learned early in life was that some regular ...
03/01/2017 Detecting Issues Here's a simple question: how are more of your application issue...
02/28/2017 Containers and Databases There's this push to use ever thinner and lighter weight computi...
02/27/2017 Human and Machine Learning I was reading about the Microsoft Cognitive Services and their ...
02/24/2017 The Multilingual Programmer At the recent SQL Konferenz in Germany, the keynote was from Mic...
02/23/2017 The Cloud is Just a Tool The cloud is a term that's full of hype. We hear from various me...
02/20/2017 Lots of Learning at SQL Bits This year SQLBits is returning to Telford, UK, on April 5-8, 201...
02/13/2017 Problems With Database Problems Gitlab had a database problem recently. I'm sure you read about...
02/10/2017 Moving Through Five Years I wrote the Five Year Plan in mid 2013. In it, I noted there was...
02/09/2017 Why Devops? For Better Security The ideas of DevOps are a mixture of principles, ideas, recommen...
02/08/2017 Backups Aren't Backups Until a Restore Is Made One of the interesting things I saw in the recent GitLab outage...
02/02/2017 The Great and Powerful Internet of Things Will we have the IoUT (Internet of Useful Things? As some have s...
01/31/2017 A Wide Variation in Skill I was helping someone recently clear up some confusion about the...
01/30/2017 The New DBA is a Developer I was reading a short piece from Mike Fal recently and it struck...
01/27/2017 How Much Code Can You Review? When I was in college, I mostly wrote my own code for assignment...
01/26/2017 https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms144259.aspx I was thrilled with SQL Server 2016 SP1. I've been asking for a...
01/25/2017 The War Room I remember the first time I worked in a large, 10,000+ employee ...
01/23/2017 The Purpose of a Database A great quote from a blog on machine learning in SQL Server: "....
01/20/2017 Legacy Limits We are seeing changes to the SQL Server platform every month in...
01/19/2017 The (Former) Complexity of PowerShell When I first looked at PowerShell, it was v1.0, and I was in a Te...
08/10/2016 Keyboard Hardlines A few years ago, I had a keyboard die. At the time, I needed som...


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