Monthly Archives: June 2010

70-451 – Designing a Database Solution – Designing a Database Model

Requirement Design a database model. This objective may include but is not limited to: normalization, entities, entity relationships My Take This seems like a pretty cut and dry measure of your ability to design rational databases using the standard Entity … Continue reading

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70-451 – Designing a Database Solution – SQL Server Components

Requirement Identify which SQL Server Components to use to support business requirements.  This objective may include but is not limited to: SQL Server Agent, DB Mail, Service Broker, Full-Text Search, Distributed Transaction Coordinator (DTC), Linked Servers. My Take I believe … Continue reading

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MCITP Database Developer – Beginning

In an effort to boost the technical content of this space, and to help ensure that I am sticking on target for studying for the 70-451 exam that leads to the MCITP Database Developer 2008 certification, I plan on posting … Continue reading

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Goals Update and Plans

Since this is very near the mid-point of the year, I think it is a good time to review some of my stated goals.  I am glad to state that I am well on my way to meeting a few … Continue reading

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SQL Saturday 22 Recap

Overview SQL Saturday #22 was this past weekend in Pensacola, FL and I thoroughly enjoyed it.  With the size and location of Pensacola, I have been absolutely, positively, greatly impressed with the quality of the event.  (Particularly as its’ allure … Continue reading

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Pensacola FL

This weekend, 05 June 2010, I’m off for Pensacola FL to meet up with all of the friendly faces at SQL Saturday #22.  I’ll be doing a presentation on the SSIS Data Profiling Task in 2008.  In the presentation I’ll … Continue reading

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