SQL FAILS with Andy Mallon, Erin Stellato, and Mr. Anonymous!

Published on: 2019-01-15

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While most of us strive to make as few mistakes as possible when it comes to our servers and data, accidents do occasionally happen.

Sometimes those accidents are easily fixed while other times the solutions require herculean efforts (usually accompanied by lots of caffeine and cursing…or is that just me?).

This week I’m excited to have guests Andy Mallon (t), Erin Stellato (t), and Mr. ANONYMOUS (t) (don’t spoil the fun by clicking these links until after watching!) share some of their most memorable SQL Server mishaps.

It’s a video only post so be sure to watch above or on my YouTube channel (and be sure to watch until the end for a special…furry…cameo).

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Bert & Pinal Troubleshoot a Slow Performing SQL Server

Published on: 2018-11-13

What happens when you run into performance tuning expert Pinal Dave?  Talk about how to troubleshoot a slow performing SQL Server of course!

This week is all about the video, so if you can’t view it above, head on over to my YouTube channel to watch it there.

After watching, be sure to check out Pinal’s free performance diagnostic scripts over at SQLAuthority.com:



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Power BI Dashboards, Reports, and Datasets with the SQL Chefs

Published on: 2018-10-02

This week I had the opportunity to learn about dashboards, reports, and datasets in Power BI using the best kind of teaching tool: fresh, delicious, chocolate chip cookies.

Be our guest for the web’s premier Power BI food show as Eugene Meidinger (@SQLGene) explains how these concepts relate to each other and then grab a second helping with his blog post that will leave you feeling full.

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