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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
08/22/2017 Jumping Ahead While on vacation recently, I went to see Spider-Man Homeco...
08/21/2017 A Data ID It sounds good. A universal ID that can be used for your identif...
08/04/2017 Learning Through Puzzles A few years ago I ran across the Advent of Code challenge. ...
08/02/2017 Data Science en Masse GE is an amazing company. They seem to have so many divisions an...
08/01/2017 Who's Licensed? My employer licenses software to users. Many of you might h...
08/01/2017 The Second Best Job I think I have one of the best jobs in the world. I get to run S...
07/31/2017 Auto DevOps As much as I like DevOps, this scares me. There are a lot o...
07/28/2017 A Summit Just North of The Big Easy I'm off today, traveling down to The Big Easy, New Orleans ...
07/27/2017 Who's Smarter? Humans or AI Systems? I used to watch science fiction movies and imagine we'd have the...
07/25/2017 Advancing Security One of the topics that is very important to many technology prof...
07/24/2017 The Financial DBA I've got an Azure subscription. At least, I think I have just on...
07/21/2017 Looking Back Someone sent me this post on 40 years of programming. It's ...
07/20/2017 SSMS is Free Really, Management Studio (SSMS) is free as in beer. Go dow...
07/19/2017 The Digital Twin The world is changing quickly, and it's becoming incredibly pers...
07/18/2017 Getting Close to the 2017 RTM I still can't believe that we'll have a new version of SQL Serve...
07/17/2017 Short Names I started using computers a long time ago, and in the PC world, ...
07/03/2017 The 43rd Birthday for SQL I ran across a neat post that reminded me that SQL is 43 this ye...
06/30/2017 A Database Design Test I was watching a presentation recently on database design and th...
06/29/2017 Handling Data Corruption I wrote about dealing with data loss recently, ansking what your...
06/28/2017 SQL Server is Lagging a Bit I don't expect this to last, or I hope it doesn't, but SQL ...
06/27/2017 Classifying Sensitive Data Our databases store all kinds of data in them, depending on the ...
06/26/2017 Improving Replication I really like replication as a technology. I think the ability t...
06/23/2017 The Traveling Data Professional It's summertime in the Northern hemispheres, and a time when muc...
06/22/2017 Backup Plans for Data Loss The British Airways computer failure has been on my mind for a ...
06/20/2017 Migrating Schema Between Platforms PostgreSQL is a popular relational database, one that was design...
06/19/2017 DevOps Can Help Amazon had a load balancer failure in 2012. The analysis of the ...
06/16/2017 Your Job Description In every job I've ever held, there's been some scope creep in my...
06/15/2017 Securing the Things I would venture to guess that a lot of the data that will be pro...
06/14/2017 A Bad First Day I've started quite a few jobs throughout my career. In college, ...
06/01/2017 Consider the Downside Technologists are often seen as cynical and disappointed by how ...


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