Monthly Archives: August 2017

Refactoring Existing Code and the Double Check In

The topic of refactoring code was brought up during our development team meetings concerning coding standards. In this post I will summarize the point I made in that meeting here using a quick example. Scenario Sally has just accepted a new...
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SQL Management Studio 17.1

  Starting in 2016 SQL Server Management Studio got its own team at Microsoft and after many years of very little improvement we are starting to see some pretty consistent releases. They just recently released SSMS 17.1.  It is compatible...
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On Extrapolation

This week I did not have time to fully prep a blog post so I thought I would pass along this little graphic I have had logged in one note for just such an occasion. If you had to fill...
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