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Enjoy Every Sandwich Kent Tegels on SQL Server, .NET and Sometimes Beer
You know that song. Yes, that song. The beeping. The arm flailing. The Safety Dance. I so wanted it stay in the 80s – along side the uncounted Wild Turkey inflicted hangovers. It just won’t. Every now and then that damn beeping rhythm creeps into my conscious thought when I least need it to. Like today. I’ve been trying to figure out ......

Offered without comment as none is needed: The brain reacts in exactly the same way when a talk goes wrong. You see an error on the screen that you’ve never seen before. Your demo has broken on a line that you don’t remember writing. For some reason, the error message is in Greek. Your forehead tingles as blood floods the capillaries, flushing ......

Public Overrides Sub Input0_ProcessInputRow(ByVal Row As Input0Buffer) If String.IsNullOrEmpty(Row.Da... Then Row.NewDate_IsNull = True Else Row.NewDate = DateTime.Parse(Row.Date) End If If String.IsNullOrEmpty(Row.Ag... Then Row.NewAge_IsNull = True Else Row.NewAge = Int32.Parse(Row.Age) End If End Sub ......

Thanks for linking to me, Ken. At least somebody laughts at my jokes. Did I ever tell you one about the Panda...? Nevermind, let's not go there. Instead, let's talk about Sandwiches. Yes, stuff (preferablly eatible) between one or more slices of bread. An Ice Cream sandiwich counts in my book, but I'm not so sure about my latest “Sandwich” ......

Yeah, I'm jumping on the Four-Things Tag-wagon. Four jobs I’ve had in my life: Developer (Geek) System Analyst (Nerdy Geek) Enterprise Software Architect (Business Nerdy Geek) Instructor (Talking Head Geek) Four movies I can watch over and over: Patton -- “You want to know why this outfit got the hell kicked out of it? A blind man could ......

Over on the Microsoft.Public.SqlServer.XML newsgroup, one Chris Kilmer asked a good question about how to shred a single XML document into multiple tables using multiple stored procedures. Chris's goal with this was to have each stored procedure update one table and pass the XML remaining nodes of the first document off to the next stored procedure. ......

And you'd thought you'd find *IT* Geek content here? You will... eventually. Promise. But now that I have your attention1... Welcome to the new home for my Techno-Geek Foodie blog “Enjoy Every Sandwich.” I'm Kent Tegels, the Database Curriculum Lead for DevelopMentor. I've been blessed by Microsoft as a Most Vaulable Professional for SQL ......

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