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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
04/24/2018 Cloud Snake Oil I'm sure that those of you reading this have a variety of opinio...
04/23/2018 New IT Departments I had a friend that used to run an Exchange system. Actually, he...
04/20/2018 Keep It All I love this quote, though I'm not sure it's accurate. From ...
04/19/2018 The Right Connection Travis-CI had some staffers connect to the wrong database and&nb...
04/18/2018 Good Security Has Layers How many of you have wanted to know who started or stopped a SQL...
04/17/2018 Machine Learning Challenges If you know someone well, you may think that you can predict wha...
04/16/2018 In Depth Learning at the PASS Summit This past week the pre-conference sessions for the 201...
04/13/2018 Believing the Data This is interesting to me. Let's leave aside the moral, ethical,...
04/12/2018 Consdiering Other Views I love my Pebble 2 watch. It's simple, the charge lasts for days...
04/10/2018 The Best Ever Every few years, or every year now, we see a new version of SQL ...
04/04/2018 Is the DBA Title Dying Not is the DBA joib dying, though we could argue about that as w...
04/03/2018 ETL or ELT I was reading a piece on ETL patterns and found it int...
03/29/2018 dbatools is Growing Up The dbatools.io project is growing up rapidly. I went to check s...
03/28/2018 The Nightmare Letter I'm not sure if this imaginary GDPR letter is a nightm...
03/27/2018 Small Changes and Big Impacts I've been doing some work with RLS lately (Row-Level Security). ...
03/26/2018 A True Lift and Shift Microsoft bought a data center. That's not news, after all, they...
03/23/2018 Ad Hoc Logs A long time ago I started working in a team of people as a gener...
03/22/2018 More SQL Server Updates This was a busy week for updates. I finished adding new builds t...
03/21/2018 Interviews: Covering Index Performance seems to be a part of every DBAs job. It should be a...
03/20/2018 Are You a Traffic Cop? There's a joke that a DBA's favorite word is "no". I think that ...
03/19/2018 If only the US would follow... I saw this blog from Allan Hirt and I wish the US woul...
03/06/2018 Predictions for the Future There is no shortage of predictions that we all make every day. ...
03/05/2018 Decouple the Tools For years, SQL Server included a complete set of add-ons with th...
02/26/2018 Kicking off SQL in the City 2018 I'm off today. Not taking a break, though perhaps it's a touch o...
02/23/2018 Build a Career Radar I got started in database work during an internship. I was asked...
02/22/2018 An AI Loophole I've been working through some of the GDPR legislation, trying t...
02/21/2018 Brush Up on Your ETL Skills Many of us that work with data will find requests and demands to...
02/20/2018 Virtual Data Yesterday I republished an editorial from 2014 for the holiday. ...
02/16/2018 Template Configuration One of my goals this year is to really spend some time learning ...
02/15/2018 Muddle Through I used to work in the restaurant business. I got started after m...


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