This blog is waking up as something different. I’ve been doing less coding, spending more time writing marketing copy and working with an early startup which should launch soon. So there’s going to be business as well as technical content, and the view on tech will be from a higher level.
I’m glad the old technical posts are still being read and I’ll leave them up. People who find them useful will probably be less interested in the new material, but I hope others may like it.
Whichever group you’re in, thanks for reading this.
It’s time to deal with the “character” issue. Reader, I’m going to pre-empt you by acknowledging that there’s something not quite right about me. I’ve never seen The Matrix or read Lord of the Rings. I don’t want permissions in Production apart from read-only ones (if somebody dropped a table, I want it to be impossible for that somebody to be me). And… I like programming tools – but only if the setup is worth the effort and they don’t need a lot of tweaking afterwards. Continue reading Transact-Sql Toolkit
Christmas is not too far away now, and I would like to dedicate this haiku to any of my Oracle developer and DBA friends working the holiday period, and who may be from their beds “untimely ripped” to fix something or other: Continue reading Holiday Support Rota