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We are a small branding agency from Transylvania with a human-centric design approach. Our work consists of brand strategy and visual identity.
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Welcome to the DBAB Podcast with the boys: Kirton, Garcia (Jack), Cobbs, Clete, and the other Garcia (Adam)! If you don't know what DBAB stands for, google it! We are a group of friends who all have a passion for sports amongst other endeavors. 80% of the group are high school educators and ball coaches! You hope inspire and motivate listeners on a weekly basis through resources we find that inspire and motivate us. And of course we will discuss sports! Enjoy! Subscribe and follow our journe ...
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Sovereign DBaaS Decoded is a podcast for IT leaders and implementers who want to understand data sovereignty and explore strategies to reliably scale their open-source database ops while maintaining control of how their data is managed and stored. In each episode, Severalnines CEO Vinay Joosery interviews industry leaders to uncover how organizations can implement open-source databases, cloud vendor-neutral environments, and tooling to address heavy workloads and mitigate business risks, inc ...
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Focusing on entrepreneurship and self-development with your host JersonB. Documenting his journey in hope that you can learn something from his failures and successes to help you within your own life.
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Indigenous Medicine Stories Podcast is a collaboration between AMS Healthcare and the Jason A. Hannah Chair in the History of Indigenous Health and Indigenous Traditional Medicine at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine University. Indigenous Medicine Stories aims to educate health professionals and the public about Indigenous healing. The podcast will highlight the lived experiences of Indigenous Knowledge holders, healers, and Elders and help professionals who practice Indigenous healin ...
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Each episode Chris and Chris will be discussing topics and news from the world of SQL Server, while enjoying and chatting about beer! So, grab yourself a beer and tune in, cheers.
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Dbaum: The Journey

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Dbaum strongly stands for family, leaving a legacy, appreciation for the little things in life and honoring those who create. Here are the DAILY adventures through my mindset and what I am doing to create the life of my choice. I believe by using the methods I talk about in each episode, you will be able to change your mindset and take ownership of your life. This is my journey in creating a brand that is different from the rest, I hope you’d like to tag along Follow my journey on my other p ...
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Most of the people I know who speak at a SQL Saturday or user group aren’t paid for their efforts. At many of the community events, the speakers are volunteering their time. Many are also paying for their own way to those events not located in their area. A few, such as me, might get a company to cover their travel expenses, but often this doesn’t …
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Erik Darling joins Kendra Little to rate different SQL Server Performance Tuning Techniques in episode 81 of the Dear SQL DBA podcast. We share our opinions of... (deep breath) Recompile hints, Query Store hints and plan forcing, CTEs, Resource Governor, the legacy cardinality estimator, Table Variables, Automatic Plan Correction, Batch Mode, index…
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„A személyek esetében az ügyes kommunikáció nincs egyenes arányban a brand magában való értékével. És ez problematikus. Csak jól felépített kommunikációval és marketinggel lesz valakiből valóban erős brand. És ez megkerülhetetlen” László Noémi költő, a Napsugár és Szivárvány gyermekirodalmi lapok főszerkesztője Itt érhető el Instagram | Napsugár és…
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Most of the people I know who speak at a SQL Saturday or user group aren't paid for their efforts. At many of the community events, the speakers are volunteering their time. Many are also paying for their own way to those events not located in their area. A few, such as me, might get a company to cover their travel expenses, but often this doesn't …
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This article has a concept I’ve never heard about: invisible downtime. This is the idea that there are problems in your application that the customer sees. Your servers are running, but the application doesn’t work correctly or is pausing with a delay that impacts customers. From an IT perspective, the SLA is being met and there aren’t any problems…
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This article has a concept I've never heard about: invisible downtime. This is the idea that there are problems in your application that the customer sees. Your servers are running, but the application doesn't work correctly or is pausing with a delay that impacts customers. From an IT perspective, the SLA is being met and there aren't any problems…
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Kubernetes is cool, and I think it’s really useful in helping us scale and manage multiple systems easily in a fault-tolerant way. Actually, I don’t think Kubernetes per se is important itself; more it seems that the idea of some orchestration engine to manage containers and systems is what really matters. As a side note, there are other orchestrat…
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Kubernetes is cool, and I think it's really useful in helping us scale and manage multiple systems easily in a fault-tolerant way. Actually, I don't think Kubernetes per se is important itself; more it seems that the idea of some orchestration engine to manage containers and systems is what really matters. As a side note, there are other orchestrat…
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In this episode, we explore the shifting paradigms of cloud with Todd Robinson, President and Co-founder at OpenMetal, an award-winning open-source cloud. He joins Vinay to unpack how traditional views of the cloud as a destination/location are evolving and as a result, has lit a fire under businesses to adapt and rethink their cloud strategy. They…
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In this episode of the DBAB Podcast, hosts Kirton and Clete reunite to discuss the latest in sports. From the intensity of the NHL and NBA playoffs to the New York Yankees' pursuit of 91+ wins, no topic is off-limits. The duo also dives into the NFL's controversial 18-game schedule proposal, exploring its potential impact on the game. Tune in for a…
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It seems that when I travel to offices these days, it's standard for most desk setups to have two monitors. I think all the desks at Redgate have a docking station and two monitors for people to use. They also convert to standing desks, which is handy. I have a standing desk that I use regularly, and it's nice to have that option when I visit an of…
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This episode features Dr. Karen Hill. Karenna’onwe (Gaw-law-naw-oo-way) – Dr. Karen Hill is Mohawk from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. She is the mother of two sons and step-mother to five daughters. She currently has 10 grandchildren and 2 great grandsons. She completed medical school in 2003 and Family Medicine Residency in 2005 - both…
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I've got a few certifications and quite a few more that have expired or aren't relevant. Does anyone think Windows NT 4.0 or SQL Server 6.5 matter? If you need help in those areas, ask someone else. Unless you have a crazy budget with a willingness to pay a ridiculous hourly rate. Kamil Nowinski had a recent video discussing why IT certifications a…
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One of the things that I've found with cloud computing services is that the people involved with managing these resources sometimes get asked to become financial accountants. I saw an interesting post from SQL Rod asking about this new task as something all of us might need to consider a part of our job in the modern world. He asks if we are Techou…
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For most of us working in technology, I think we understand that if something is broken we might need to work. Not that we have to, or we need to, but we might need to. Perhaps you feel differently, or your company approaches on-call in another way. If so, let me know today how you deal with staff being on-call. In my career, there are jobs with fo…
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„Azt is nagyon fontosnak tartom, hogy minden téma érthető legyen. Hogy a néző ne érezze magát hülyének. Hogy ne csak a kötőszavakat értse, hanem akarja megnézni a műsort, és kapjon is belőle valamit.” Kányádi Orsi és Szigeti Szenner Szilárd, Kultúrcsepp | ETV Itt érhető el ETV | Marosvásárhelyi Rádió | PixelBridge DBA-közösségimédia-felületek Faceb…
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I saw a quote recently that resonated with me. It's not something I've often struggled with, but I have at times. Here's the quote: "Life rewards action, not intelligence. Many brilliant people talk themselves out of getting started, and being smart doesn't help very much without the courage to act. You can't win if you're not in the game." - @Jame…
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„Kerestünk egy olyan nevet, ami sugallja, hogy mivel foglalkozunk, illetve bárkinek könnyen kimondható, ugyanakkor meghatároz egy bizonyos minőséget, amelyet a termékeink is alátámasztanak.” Gündisch Ágnes ügyvezető igazgató, Nobila Casa Itt érhető el LinkedIn | Weboldal DBA-közösségimédia-felületek Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn Könyvlisták kit.c…
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Join Kirton, Clete, and Jack as they dive into the latest sports buzz and gear up for the NFL Draft! From thrilling game highlights to bold predictions, they've got you covered. Get ready for rookie analysis, draft pick guesses, and all the excitement as they break down the biggest event in football. Don't miss out on the action - tune in to the DB…
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Last year, I read Surrender, a book by U2 lead singer, Bono. Bill Gates listed this as one of the top books to read at one point, so I picked it up and dove in. I have enjoyed U2s music since I was in high school, and was interested to hear what made Bill Gates recommend his book. The book is partially a journey of U2, but mostly a look at how Bono…
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„A brandépítésben mi inkább azt az irányt választottuk, ami inkább a közösségnek szól, mintsem a klienseinknek. A futáraink reprezentálnak minket, és ha ők jól érzik magukat, amúgy is beszélni fognak rólunk.” Halmen Balázs társalapító, VisionX és Drop Itt érhető el LinkedIn DBA-közösségimédia-felületek Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn Könyvlisták ki…
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Recently I traveled to visit a customer who has an in-the-office culture. They have multiple large buildings outside a major US city and almost all their employees (7000+) live nearby and are expected to be in the office the whole week. More senior people can opt for 4 10-hour shifts rather than 5 8-hour shifts, but with few exceptions, they have p…
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Join Kirton, Jack, and Clete on the DBAB Podcast as they break down the 2024 NCAA March Madness Tournament, share early MLB season takes, preview NBA & NHL playoffs, and review the Masters. Get ready for "expert" analysis, bold predictions, and plenty of laughs. Be The Light and enjoy the show!
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As I work through 2024, I found myself doing a little more vacation planning this year than in previous ones. In 2022 I traveled quite a bit, but my wife went with me often. We went to Europe 5 times that year and added quite a few vacation days around my work trips. My wife thought that was a great year. Last year, 2023, was different. I traveled …
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„Az is kell, hogy a mindennapokban mi passzoljunk egymáshoz, de a legeslegfontosabb az, hogy ők érezzék az Univert, és hogy tudják, mi az, amit mi képviselünk, és hogy ők is fogyasztók legyenek. Meg hogy ugyanúgy sajátjuknak érezzék, mint én.” Baróti-Illyés Imola marketingvezető, Univer Románia Itt érhető el Instagram | Hobbi | Weboldal DBA-közössé…
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This episode features Renee Linklater, a PhD who is a member of Rainy River First Nations in Northwestern Ontario. She has over 25 years of experience working with Indigenous healing agencies and First Nation communities. Renee has worked across the health and education sectors as a frontline worker, program evaluator, curriculum developer, educato…
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One of the ideas behind DevOps is that we minimize the time between code commit and deployment to production. We want to avoid work-in-progress and bottlenecks to getting our software into the hands of customers. This has led a lot of companies to release more often, albeit with smaller sets of features. The total number of things delivered under D…
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I subscribe to quite a few newsletters, and one of them is for job hunters. I have a great job, maybe the best job for me, but I like to keep in touch with what's going on because I, well, I have job insecurity and worry about being without a job. I think this is leftover from childhood. I also want to know how to help others in finding their dream…
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I've had a good career in database work. I've had success, and I've had some failures, fortunately the former far outpacing the latter. In my career across many companies, the code I've written has tended to work well, or at least well enough. I've managed systems and ensured a high uptime, and solved issues quickly. I have left quite a few jobs in…
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Join Kirton and Clete on the latest episode of the DBAB podcast as they dissect the pulse-pounding action of the NCAA March Madness tournament. From bracket breakdowns to underdog stories, no stone is left unturned in their comprehensive analysis. But that's not all! The dynamic duo also tackles the latest developments in the NFL offseason, includi…
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CosmosDB has been a great data platform in the Azure cloud that helps companies deal with disparate types of data. The CosmosDB APIs include those for MongoDB, PostgreSQL, Cassandra, and Gremlin. These wire-level protocols let you work in a way that is compatible with those systems for storing data. That's coming to SQL Server. Read the rest of Cos…
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I assume most of you reading this work with SQL Server, at least for some of your workday. I know there are plenty of you who also support Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, or some other database platform. The results in our (Redgate's) State of Database Landscape report showed that many organizations, indeed most, have more than one database platform in …
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