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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
08/14/2018 The Master of the Schema "The database ... should be the master of the schema". It's not...
08/10/2018 The Worst Day I challenged people to write about their daily work a ...
08/09/2018 Unwired for Weeks I took a few weeks off recently for a vacation with my family. W...
08/07/2018 The Ideal IDE When I started working with SQL Server, I spent a lot of time in...
08/06/2018 Will Terminators Be Required? I was looking at an article the other day and noticed that there...
07/20/2018 The Challenge of Failure and of Being Unwired Today is my last day at work for a couple weeks. Actually, I'm n...
07/19/2018 Combinations of Software Security issues seem to be appearing more frequently, not less. ...
07/18/2018 Storage that Expires Whether you like the idea of the GDPR (and the ne...
07/17/2018 The End of Support With the accelerating pace of development and more frequent rele...
07/16/2018 The Age of Multiple Databases I can still remember learning to store data in files, reading on...
07/13/2018 The MVP Award Looks Backward I was awarded the Microsoft Data Platform MVP designation in Jul...
07/12/2018 AI Regulators With the GDPR now being enforced in the European Union, there ar...
07/06/2018 Who Likes NULL? The title says it all: who Likes NULL values in their tables? I...
07/05/2018 #SQLCareer Information Technology is a place that I think could be a very g...
07/03/2018 Where's the Schema Across the last few years, I've read many articles and listened ...
07/02/2018 DevOps is Helpful A few weeks ago I gave a presentation at the 24 Hours of Pa...
06/29/2018 How are you recharging this year? This is the end of the first half of the year. I'm hoping it's b...
06/28/2018 String or Binary Data Truncated Microsoft, please fix this. This issue is still out th...
06/15/2018 More Query Tuning? This is probably a topic near and dear to the hearts of Gra...
06/14/2018 Building Test Data One of the debates I've seen over the last few months is about t...
06/13/2018 The Data Submarine For some reason, this came to mind: under the sea, under th...
06/12/2018 Machine Learning in the Database When SQL Server added the ability to execute R code, the decisio...
06/11/2018 Be Prepared with Baselines I visited a doctor recently, and he told me a measurement he'd m...
06/08/2018 Better Comments I assume most of your comment your code. Well, you probably com...
06/07/2018 Get What You Pay For? Many items that we choose to buy have some relation between the ...
06/05/2018 The Journey to DevOps Netflix is one of those companies that I find amazing. I was an ...
06/04/2018 Will Coding Be Less Important? How many of you can read Greek? I can decipher the alphabet and ...
05/30/2018 How Far Back? At the Redgate SQL Privacy Summit recently, there was panel I ho...
05/29/2018 No More Downtime At one point in my career, I worked for a wealth management firm...
05/25/2018 The Oddest Thing My desk is a mess, at least, it's a mess compared to m...


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