Posts Categorized: Pythian
Nothing pleases the technology bloggers more than the moment when somebody thank them for a helpful blog entry. That is one of the many awesome advantages of the technology blogs. In database arena, the developers, DBAs and evangelists are sharing their tips and tricks through their blogs and this Log Buffer Edition is projecting them…
With the weather taking extremes turns, technology is providing the much-needed warmth through the blogs. This Log Buffer Edition is sizzling with few of the hand-picked blog posts in Log Buffer #259.
It was fun presenting today at Portland and I’m looking forward to continuing my user group marathon at Denver tomorrow and on Thursday. Since many people asked me where they can find my slides, and I predict that few more will keep asking about them over the next few days, I uploaded my Big Data and NoSQL presentations to SlideShare. You can find them here:
To our customers & partners, from the heart We’d like to take this day of adoration to thank our clients and partners for their loyalty and business. We hope we say it enough: we love your data.
Database blogging is more than about announcing that your last night’s backup was successful. While that’s extremely important to keep track of, the database world across Oracle, MySQL, and SQL Server technologies has grown way beyond. This Log Buffer Edition also extends beyond and more in this Log Buffer #258.
With new year many new projects, new technologies, new frameworks and new ideas are springing up at the speed of light and bloggers in the database arena are keeping up with this pace and this Log Buffer Edition is also living up to that pace and covers some of those posts in Log Buffer #257.
Searching for the blogging inspiration? On the look-out for that Eureka moment for your next blockbuster blog post? Finding the exact ingredients for your dream rambling? Well in the Log Buffer Edition, there are some awe-inspiring posts in this Log Buffer #256. Get Inspired, keep blogging.
This is going to be a short one, but potentially useful for anybody writing a Dancer template module, or just plain curious about Dancer’s guts. So here goes.
A frequent inquiry concerning databases’ security is to retrieve the database role(s) associated with each user for auditing or troubleshooting purposes. Each database user (principal) can be retrieved from sys.database_principals and the associated database roles can be retrieved from sys.database_role_members The following code runs against ALL the databases using SP_MSForeachdb and all roles for one principal is concatenated in one row
With winter and its cold weather starting to set in across most of the world, now is the time when travelers start to think about warming things up. For most, that means flying to hot and sunny destinations. Another way of looking at it, however, is to head out for a different kind of sizzle. There’s perhaps no better way to heat up the chilling months with blogging. Let’s snuggle up in this Log Buffer Edition with hot blog posts in Log Buffer #255.