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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
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, ...
06/13/2017 Software Has Bugs Every once in awhile I have someone I meet complaining about sof...
06/06/2017 The Poor State of Secure Coding Security is becoming a bigger issue all the time. More companies...
06/01/2017 Consider the Downside Technologists are often seen as cynical and disappointed by how ...
05/31/2017 DNA for Data Storage In all my years of working with data, there's one think I've lea...
05/26/2017 Do I Need to Learn Linux and R and Python? The big changes coming in SQL Server 2017 are the Linux version ...
05/25/2017 Audio Attacks There are running jokes about how Amazon Alexa and Google Home ...
05/23/2017 Naming Conventions for the Cloud There are plenty of controversial topics in technology to write ...
05/08/2017 Three Days and a Notebook This is a short week of work for me, really just today before he...
05/05/2017 Thinking Time I've been fortunate in my career to meet a lot of different peop...
04/13/2017 AI Helpers or Replacements It's interesting to look at the data business and how companies ...
02/23/2017 The Cloud is Just a Tool The cloud is a term that's full of hype. We hear from various me...
08/10/2016 Keyboard Hardlines A few years ago, I had a keyboard die. At the time, I needed som...
08/05/2016 Failover I saw a note from someone that had a database set up in a High A...
07/20/2016 The Relentless Cloud The march to the cloud is inevitable. No, I don't think all your...
05/24/2016 The Clustered Index is not the Primary Key I was reading through a list of links for Database Weekly and ra...
03/29/2016 Track Your Consultants If you pay attention to security issues in software, you've proba...
11/16/2015 Rogue Software Changes Could a group of software developers make changes that fundamenta...
11/09/2015 The Command Line is Back I grew up using a command line for all of my computing. I started...
09/04/2015 Adjusting Model In July the T-SQL Tuesday theme was defaults. There were lots of ...
03/31/2015 Source Code Security I'm not surprised, and I had expected to read about something lik...
03/30/2015 Software Engineering in Practice I ran across a review of a developer's first year at a ...
01/13/2015 Testing It seems that software always contains bugs. No matter how much t...
12/09/2014 Holiday Struggles It's the slow time of year. As I saw tweeted recently, "And now f...


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