Kevin Kline (@kekline) provides his slides and scripts from his new SQLBits session describing the deep internals exposed by the 86xx series of trace flags.
Kevin Kline talks about the upcoming SQLBits conference, the sessions he's giving and, most importantly, the DISCO THEME!
Kevin Kline and Ben Lezin hold a short Q & A with Gavin Payne and Mike Wood about Azure architecture and improvements.
Day One Keynote with Joseph Sirosh Adam Jorgensen, PASS President, welcomed the PASS community to the Seattle, introducing a number of exciting opportunities we are facing as we shift mere data storage to intelligent platforms. As a professional association, Adam's time on stage is as much about keeping the community apprised of the business of
I'm Speaking at PASS Summit 2016 This'll be a busy week for me at the PASS Summit, the biggest conference in the SQL Server industry, with 2 community sessions and 2 general sessions, as shown below: General Session (75 minutes): Fundamentals of Tech Team Leadership (Professional Development), Thu 10:45-12:00 AM PDT Four Ways We Kill
Chattanooga is a gem of a city situated on the Tennessee River very close to the junction of Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia in the American Midsouth. For me and the Horde, Chattanooga is the perfect getaway. It has a great restaurant scene and river front, along with some of the most popular and best known
I'm sure not everyone agrees, but Memphis means blues, BBQ, Elvis and BB King. It's Tennessee's biggest city, at approximately 650k residents, only 8% more than Nashville. It's strategic location on the Mississippi River made it a key shipping and immigration hub and, as a consequence, the city houses some of the state's prettiest and
There are three more dates in my #SQLVacation this year after Baton Rouge. So, after a bit of vacation time in Gulf Shores, AL, were now at the half-way point for the excursion. While I knew that Baton Rouge was the state capital of Louisiana and a major petrochemical center, I had no idea it
This time last year, the Horde and I were drawing ever closer to the great Windy City. As always, my inner Clark Griswold was trying to make the best of all of our many stops. But by the time we arrived downtown, it was windy, overcast, and as warm as a Tennessee Sunday in March
My family would frequently make the trip from Huntsville, AL where my father worked as an analog computer engineer, to Birmingham, the largest city of Alabama, where a large number of my extended family had settled after WWII to work of the iron and steel industry. Back then, everybody called it The Pittsburgh of the
Lovely Columbus, Georgia is situated along the banks of the Chattahoochee River on the Alabama-Georgia border and is the second biggest city in the state. It is close to Fort Benning, home of the United States Army Infantry School and one of the biggest employers in the region. It is also home to lots museums
What's a great innovator and entrepreneur like? Learn more in this interview with SQL Sentry CEO, Greg Gonzalez.