Mar 12, 2014: Common Solutions to Vexing Problems – Part 7

Arnie Rowland
Common Solutions to Vexing Problems – Part 7

Arnie will discuss several common, but complex, problems that many folks encounter in their daily work; problems that are often difficult to conceptualize. Arnie will demonstrate processes to employ in order to ‘re-think’ the problem, and then how to find a simple solution. If you have a particularly vexing problem, you are invited to submit it by Tuesday, March 11th for consideration to be discussed. (If you send code, please obfuscate.) Contact Arnie on the [About] page.

    Arnie Rowland
    Arnie [LinkedIn] is a Data Architect, Consultant and Trainer specializing in developer/development issues related to SQL Server. Clients include Fortune 100 enterprises, large scale NGOs, as well as domestic and foreign governments. In addition to facilitating the Oregon SQL –developers user group, he is a SQL Server MVP, a senior moderator for the Microsoft MSDN SQL Server Forums, member of the Microsoft TechNet Wiki Community Council, and co-founder of Portland Code Camp.

Mike Wall
Visual Cron – the Swiss Army Knife of SQL Server automation

Visual Cron is a “Swiss Army” type of tool that can be used to automate almost anything in your enterprise. Using its central console and alerting tools, it will move file, backup databases to any location and just about anything you can imagine. Come learn how this tool can make your life easier.

    Mike Wall
    Michael (LinkedIn ) is a Database Administrator and System Analyst. Michael has supported a broad range of server hardware, OSes, and DBMSes including Oracle, SQLServer, and Ingres. Michael started his IT career as an Unix Administrator and started working with Oracle and SQL Server just in time for Y2K. He currently works for a global company as the only DBA.

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