Monthly Archives: September 2010

What Did that Geek Just Say?

The National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST, maintains a Dictionary of Algorithms and Data Structures. The dictionary is a great place to go to find out what people are talking about. It is also a great place to looking for different ways of doing things. I sometimes even go to the site just to look for entertaining technical concepts, like the “Cactus Stack”, “Stooge Sort” or even “Big-O Notation”. Continue reading

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How is Fill Factor Impacting My Indexes?

The theme for this month’s T-SQL Tuesday is indexes so it seemed like the perfect excuse to blog about a script that I have written to see what choices for fill factors on indexes actually does to the structure of those indexes. Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

Today is the first day of the rest of your life. Make it yours, own the day. Repeat tomorrow. This has been your wake up call. Continue reading

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A Stored Procedure to Move SSIS Packages Between Servers

This post provides the code for a stored procedure to move SSIS packages between SQL 2005 SSIS servers. Continue reading

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