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Moving Servers Today
Well I like to look at pretty pictures on deployment days to keep my mind on the good side of software. Well I guess it is not that bad, but today we moved Geekswithblogs.net to a new server pool to update hardware, get some extra machines in the mix, and move to SQL Server 2008 R2. If you see any issues, please alert us directly via comments or support@geekswithblogs.com. Thanks and hopefully we will see more benefits that issues. Technorati Tags: Geekswithblogs.net ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 27, 2012 4:55 PM

My Office @ AJI Software Headquarters
One of the great things about 2012 is that I am not in our office nearly 100% of the time during business hours. This is the first time I have been able to work from our office this much in about 4 years. In fact, we have moved three times during that four years and I have only averaged about 10-25% of my time in the office. This means I can actually setup my desk for development instead of business related tasks only. That means THREE MONITORS! My first reaction after a week with this setup: I never ......

Posted On Thursday, January 19, 2012 2:42 AM

Red-Gate is sending a DBA to Space!
Ok, I think this is the coolest contest I have seen. Red-Gate is sending a DBA to Space! If you have mad SQL skills, you should definitely look into this contest. More Information: Red Gate, a U.K.-based software company, has launched a campaign that will reward a database administrator (DBA) with the ultimate getaway: a seat on a commercial flight into space, courtesy of Space Adventures, Ltd But first, DBAs must unravel a Gordian knot of a plot involving morphing Martians, pets in peril, alien ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 12, 2011 5:44 AM

Red Gate | SQL Compare Review
To start, I love Red Gate Software’s Tools. I have loved them since the first time I started using SQL Backup and SQL Compare when I first started Geekswithblogs.net. I think they create quality products and have been a “Friend of Red Gate” for years. So know that this review is coming from a “fan boy” of sorts. What is SQL Compare? Well the name sort of says it all, this product compares SQL databases. But not just databases, but backups, snapshots, and source control using their product SQL Source ......

Posted On Wednesday, August 31, 2011 7:04 AM

Local Events | Azure Bootcamp
Coming to Kansas City April 8th and 9th is the Microsoft Azure Bootcamp. This event looks very promising for those developers who are looking into Azure for themselves or their companies. It covers the wide range of topics required to understand what Azure really is and is not. Space is limited so if you are considering Azure, register for this event today.Agenda:Module 1: Introduction to cloud computer and AzureHow it worksKey ScenariosThe development environment and SDKModule 2: Using Web RolesBasic ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 23, 2010 12:57 AM

GWB: First Post on GWB and SQL Server 2008

We did the database migration this morning and everything seems to work perfectly.  The environment is about 5x what our previous server configuration was and we moved from SQL Server 2000 to 2008.  Ping me if you see any issues because that was a little too easy.

Posted On Monday, May 25, 2009 7:36 AM

GWB | Is that the smell of new servers?
Over the next month we will be migrating the Geekswithblogs system over to new hardware with a platform upgrade to Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008. This upgrade will force us to make some changes that are needed to the database and others that are just because (like ASP.NET 2.0 to ASP.NET 3.5). What does this mean if you are a blogger? Hopefully nothing. The idea is to migrate the data/code to the new servers with dummy IPs and then when we are ready, swap the IPs with the new boxes and BAM, ......

Posted On Thursday, April 30, 2009 3:01 PM

We Are Microsoft | Volunteer Center of North Texas
The Volunteer Center of North Texas is an organization that provides a link between volunteers and volunteer agencies. They network with about 1,800 agencies in the Dallas and neighboring northeast Texas area. Doug Butscher and I spoke with Dana Riley, the Associate Executive Director of the VCNT, and Bruce Harlan, the Director of I.T. The organization needed to improve user access to their information, and they were assigned several developers to help accomplish this task. Listen to the Volunteer ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 22, 2008 9:17 AM

HDC | Podcast Recap
Well John and I are back in the swing of things. We have reorganized the equipment to make it easier and faster to record podcasts. Watch this blog for our next move as it should happen fast. Here is a recap of the HDC podcasts we recorded: Joe Olsen and Phil Wolfe, HDC coverage and our last podcast from the event Don XML - LINQ, VB Literals, New XML Technologies Chris Williams - XNA and Game Development Adam Esterline & Chris Ortman - Ruby, Agile, Testing Kent Tegels - SQL Adoption and features ......

Posted On Monday, October 22, 2007 9:51 AM

HDC | Kent Tegels - SQL Adoption and features of later versions of SQL Server
Kent Tegels, of Enjoy Another Sandwich, joined us yesterday to talk about SQL Server and adoption amongst developers and DBAs. During this podcast, Steve Loethen, Microsoft Partner Evangelist, takes on the role as co-host. In this show we talk a lot about CLR Stored Procedures and where they really fit. Kent is really excited about Spatial support in SQL Server 2008 and it definitely comes through when you talk to him. Listen to Kent discuss SQL Server! Technorati tags: SQL Server, HDC, Kent Tegels ......

Posted On Friday, October 19, 2007 10:23 AM

HDC | Bill Vaughn Interview - How do you make the jump to later versions of SQL Server
We had a great show yesterday with Bill Vaughn, author and former VB project manager, talking about SQL Server and how developers should look at later versions of SQL Server. Read more about Bill here and BetaV Corporation. If you haven't made the move to SQL Server 2005, Bill discusses with us what is good and bad about the product as a developer and talks through some of the issues you might have during the migration Listen to Bill Vaughn discuss SQL Server! Technorati tags: HDC, Bill Vaughn, SQL ......

Posted On Friday, October 19, 2007 10:03 AM

We are Live!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Man these servers are smoking fast! If you are experiencing any problems with the site or just want to tell me if it is fast or not, email support@geekswithblogs.com. The move went very smoothly and SQL Backup from Red-Gate Software is awesome! Technorati Tags: Geekswithblogs,Servers ......

Posted On Friday, October 13, 2006 9:52 PM

Virtual PC Environments - Differencing Disk Tip
After a machine of mine became consumed by a project, I have been building a new set of disks latest for my use during new projects. I always build my VPCs using differencing disk. For those of you new to this concept, it allows you to build a disk off of a parent disk and all changes at that point will go to the new disk. With the environment changing on us constantly with different releases of products, it is critical for you to get your project up quick. Here is my example: As you can see, I am ......

Posted On Monday, October 9, 2006 12:15 PM

Tools in place for Registration
Before, as many .Text community owners know, to add users to .Text you could either use a Console application or Query Analyzer. The Console application was just a pain for me to use so every time a blogger made a request to become part of the community, I was in SQL then manually creating an email welcoming them with their username and password. This process was very time consuming and frustrating. However, with the new Strategery application we are working on, I have released the registration module ......

Posted On Friday, May 6, 2005 10:39 AM

XML Developer Center News?
Irwin Dolobowsky has recently taken over the XML Developer Center at MSDN with many promises of a new center for XML developers. During his self admitting 2 or 3 "first post" entry, he states a few items he is going to do to make the dev center better. This post took place a month ago, and here are some results. Bring out the MVP's - Being one of the few MVP's in the area of XML, I can say that I have not been contacted on this front. I am guessing the functionality is there for this, since the other ......

Posted On Tuesday, December 7, 2004 7:12 AM

ESS and Atom, a happy ending
ESS, Event Share Specification, is currently in it's 0.91 version and will be where it will stay until something major is needed for future usage. It is drafted format, it was sampled for usage inside an RSS container element. We took this approach because at the time, RSS was the most popular source of syndication, but wouldn't always be. Now that Atom is gaining popularity, I have decided to add an appedix to the specification with a sample usage of ESS inside an Atom container element. The sample ......

Posted On Friday, October 22, 2004 8:37 PM

Kent Tegels tonight, in Kansas City for the .NET User Group
One night only!  Join Kent Tegels for a spectacular display for SQL Reporting Services at the Kansas City .NET User Group

Posted On Tuesday, June 22, 2004 5:07 AM

Working on .Text
Right now I am adding some new features to .Text. The main feature is the ability to use and XML data store instead of the SQL database. This will make it possible to get the 4.95/month account for Webhost4life and run a personal blog. At the same time, it will support multi-blogs. This is probably going to take some time to finish, but let me know if this is interesting to you.

Posted On Monday, January 5, 2004 8:15 PM

SQL Server Annoyance!
Anyone else hate when you right-click on SQL Server Enterprise Manager, “Help Topics” is where “Close” should be.  I don't know how many time I have freaking open up SQL Help when I really just wanted to close the damn thing!  If you have Yukon installed, does it do the same thing?

Posted On Friday, November 28, 2003 5:37 AM

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