Links for the Week 2009.06.19
Why Object Databases will always be Tomorrow’s Technology Tony Davis (editor at Simple-Talk) writes the guest editorial over at SQL Server Central. He makes a great case why object databases don’t fit with most business needs (and why they likely never will). (Thanks to Grant Fritchey for finding this one.)
East Iowa SQL Saturday – Call for Speakers! That’s right, the East Iowa SQL Saturday is coming up and they need speakers. I shall be making the trip out there, and you should too. Submit sessions!
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Top 10 Developer Interview Questions About SQL Server Brent Ozar put get together his top 10 list of questions to ask a developer about SQL Server.
Life After Loops Once I found how easy it was to do things with set-based operations in SQL, I found loops to be more than a little bit annoying. Well, Justin Etheredge has taken the time to show how this works with lazy evaluation and how this will work in the future (.NET 4.0) with parallel even lazier evaluation! Good times.
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Thinking Differently Thomas LaRock, formerly known as SQLBatman, opines on problem solving and how, sometimes, you have to look at things sideways to find the easiest solution to the problem.
Andy Warren in his Tips on Getting Hired Part 1 Part 2 and Part 3 puts together some great… tips on… getting hired. The advice in here is job hunting gold. If you’re in the market for a new career, or just keeping your options open, there are a lot of great things to keep in mind.
Lifehacker Pack 2009: Our List of Essential Free Mac Downloads Free crap for the mac. ’nuff said.
Beer cart? Yes, beer cart.
This is Jeremiah
I live in Portland, OR. I have two dogs.
I recently received a Master's of Science in Computer Science from Portland State University.
I'm was Microsoft MVP from 2009 - 2018 with a pile of certifications. Somewhere along the way, I wrote a database client for Riak and then handed it off to the community.