For the first time in my career, I’m a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). This title came as a result of my two-year working as a trainer at the Seavus Educational and Development Center (SEDC), so I’m very thankful to SEDC. Continue reading Microsoft Certified Trainer!
Exactly 10 years ago I started my career as a Software developer in a Bank, which for me meant directing my career in the fields of data analysis, processing and data architecture. Fortunately all my next jobs were/are strongly related Continue reading My first Microsoft MVP Award!
This is another situation that happened on a database migration at a client site. The database migration was done by using SSIS packages on quite a big database of 450 GB, and on a very powerful hardware (16 cores, 128 GB RAM Continue reading A strange OS bug on a SQL Server migration
Once it happened quite a black Friday for my environment after a deployment. The application got sucked so that becoming worst and worst. The average CPU raised over 80% (Figure 1). I just captured the moment and want to share. Figure 1. Continue reading How a Bad query can rise up your CPU to ceiling
Sometimes when work is tough you simply need to take your eyes and mind away from your working console. Jokes are one matter that you can take a look on and smile yourself or share with a colleague. A SQL query walks into Continue reading Database jokes
Here are some places on the web where you can find sample databases for SQL Server. It’s nice to have some of them on your local instance. 1. The AdventureWorks sample databases for SQL Server versions can be found on the Continue reading SQL Server sample databases