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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
01/19/2018 How to Grow in Your Career This is a great thread on Twitter from Jim Burger, a l...
01/18/2018 The GDPR Sky is Falling David Poole wrote a nice summary of the GDPR regulations th...
01/16/2018 Customize Software or Process Many of us work with software and often wish that we something w...
01/12/2018 Disable or Drop When I started working with SQL Server and Windows, it seemed th...
01/11/2018 Interviews: What is Normalization? This is part of a series that looks at interview questions that ...
01/09/2018 Is This Data Science? In looking at the preliminary results of his salary survey, Bren...
01/08/2018 It's the Engineers There are all sorts of articles and blogs on the Internet that t...
01/05/2018 It's Time to Patch and Upgrade I don't want to be chicken little here, but the Meltdown/Spectre...
01/04/2018 Use Better Tools There are good tools available to help you work with your SQL Se...
01/03/2018 No Magical DevOps I saw this comment in a post a short while back. A reader said "...
01/02/2018 Knowing Your Value Many of us work for some organization and get paid to do so. We ...
12/29/2017 The End of 2017 This is it. Today ends 2017 for most of us at work and when we c...
12/28/2017 Back from Vacation and Ready To Go It's been a good holiday for me. I had a week's vacation with ju...
12/27/2017 The Slow Week This is usually a very slow week for most organizations. Staff i...
12/15/2017 Making Choices I wrote about shutting down some travel for the foreseeable...
12/13/2017 It's Time for SQL in the City Today is SQL in the City 2017. Once again we're streaming t...
12/08/2017 Singular or Plural There are all sorts of interesting debates that developers will ...
12/07/2017 The Relational Database is the Default It seems that I regularly meet people in the SQL community that ...
12/06/2017 Pluralsight is Amazing I used to work for a digital learning company early in the moder...
12/05/2017 Can Data Save the World? Years ago I read one of the Freakonomics books. It was...
12/04/2017 A Christmas Bug It's not really a big deal for me, despite the fact that I trave...
12/01/2017 Not Useless Features Some time ago I noticed Adam Machanic had written a post titled&...
11/30/2017 Certifying Schools We've debated the value of schools in technology careers plenty ...
11/28/2017 We Need DevOps for Performance I read this nice piece on CosmosDB and setting perform...
11/27/2017 Practice Until You Don't Get It Wrong I wrote recently about a bad first day for an intern. He/sh...
11/24/2017 The Most Wanted Upgrade I replaced the case on my desktop recently, though not without a...
11/21/2017 Avoiding Development Taxes When I first worked in an environment where multiple developers ...
10/27/2017 Physical or Virtual Storage When I started working with SQL Server, every server had what we...
08/01/2017 Who's Licensed? My employer licenses software to users. Many of you might h...
02/23/2017 The Cloud is Just a Tool The cloud is a term that's full of hype. We hear from various me...


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