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  • How Does Microsoft Do IT?

    Microsoft is a big company – and of course we have a lot of IT infrastructure that we have to manage. It might surprise you to learn that we have an IT group, just like at your company. We have a networking team, a server hardware team, software teams, DBA’s, the whole bit. In fact, we have more Mac computers than just about anyone (other than ...
    Posted to Buck Woody (Weblog) by BuckWoody on February 3, 2010
  • SQL Server Best Practices: Use Roles When You Can

    SQL Server has two major security vectors: “Principals”, which are primarily users and roles (groups), and “Securables”, which are primarily objects on the server or in the database, like tables or views. Many applications use Logins for their users, and then tie those Instance Logins to Database Users. The Database Users are then given rights and ...
    Posted to Buck Woody (Weblog) by BuckWoody on December 7, 2009
  • Disk I/O: Microsoft SQL Server on SAN Best Practices from SQL CAT's Mike Ruthruff (& Prem Mehra)

    While at the PASS Community Summit in November 2008, I had the pleasure of attending a handful of excellent presentations.  One of the best was delivered by Mike Ruthruff (& not just because he shilled for my presentation on disk partition alignment later that day—though I suspect he contributed to my session being SRO). Mike is a ...
    Posted to Jimmy May (Weblog) by aspiringgeek on March 1, 2009
  • Commenting your code

    As I am easing back into real life from writing the book, I am in search of easy targets for blogging.  My boss mentioned this blog over on Jeff Atwood's Coding Horror Blog and it got me thinking about commenting.  His advice is to only comment "why" the code works.  I can't quite agree, because the code he claims to be ...
    Posted to Louis Davidson (Weblog) by drsql on July 30, 2008
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