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Welcome to the DBAB Podcast with the boys: Kirton, Garcia (Jack), Cobbs, Clete, and the other Garcia (Adam)! If you don't know what DBAB stands for, google it! We are a group of friends who all have a passion for sports amongst other endeavors. 80% of the group are high school educators and ball coaches! You hope inspire and motivate listeners on a weekly basis through resources we find that inspire and motivate us. And of course we will discuss sports! Enjoy! Subscribe and follow our journe ...
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Sovereign DBaaS Decoded is a podcast for IT leaders and implementers who want to understand data sovereignty and explore strategies to reliably scale their open-source database ops while maintaining control of how their data is managed and stored. In each episode, Severalnines CEO Vinay Joosery interviews industry leaders to uncover how organizations can implement open-source databases, cloud vendor-neutral environments, and tooling to address heavy workloads and mitigate business risks, inc ...
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Focusing on entrepreneurship and self-development with your host JersonB. Documenting his journey in hope that you can learn something from his failures and successes to help you within your own life.
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Each episode Chris and Chris will be discussing topics and news from the world of SQL Server, while enjoying and chatting about beer! So, grab yourself a beer and tune in, cheers.
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Dbaum strongly stands for family, leaving a legacy, appreciation for the little things in life and honoring those who create. Here are the DAILY adventures through my mindset and what I am doing to create the life of my choice. I believe by using the methods I talk about in each episode, you will be able to change your mindset and take ownership of your life. This is my journey in creating a brand that is different from the rest, I hope you’d like to tag along Follow my journey on my other p ...
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I ran across an article on the best AI meeting assistants, which can help you with note-taking and summarization tasks. Most of these cost money, but there was something that struck me about these tools. They aren’t allowed for a lot of my meetings. At Redgate, I’m not sure if these are allowed. Our policy is to seek permission before using a tool,…
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I ran across an article on the best AI meeting assistants, which can help you with note-taking and summarization tasks. Most of these cost money, but there was something that struck me about these tools. They aren't allowed for a lot of my meetings. Read the rest of Data Security and AI
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It’s Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving when many people kick off their Christmas shopping with big sales at various retailers. That’s seemed to get quite crazy at times and a number of companies are not running big sales or events on Thursday. Most are still open on Friday, but hopefully, they aren’t running too many early morning, low price…
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It's Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving when many people kick off their Christmas shopping with big sales at various retailers. That's seemed to get quite crazy at times and a number of companies are not running big sales or events on Thursday. Most are still open on Friday, but hopefully, they aren't running too many early morning, low price…
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While working with a customer recently, they mentioned that they have certain standards for their objects. They require a PK, and it’s the name of the table with _PK added. They also have some standards, like CustomerName vs. CustomerNames for various data items. In fact, they have enough that they built a tool to scan their database code to ensure…
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While working with a customer recently, they mentioned that they have certain standards for their objects. They require a PK, and it's the name of the table with _PK added. They also have some standards, like CustomerName vs. CustomerNames for various data items. In fact, they have enough that they built a tool to scan their database code to ensure…
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I love the Notorious B.I.G. His music isn’t for everyone, but I enjoy it. This piece takes one of his songs (NSFW – Ten Crack Commandments) and applies the list to databases. Each item from the song is listed, along with the way it might be changed for database work. The list is from Ottertune, which is a service designed to help you optimize your …
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I love the Notorious B.I.G. His music isn't for everyone, but I enjoy it. This piece takes one of his songs (NSFW - Ten Crack Commandments) and applies the list to databases. Each item from the song is listed, along with the way it might be changed for database work. The list is from Ottertune, which is a service designed to help you optimize your …
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The boys are back in town in the form of Clete, Jack, and Kirton. Tune in to listen to some TXHSFB Playoff talk, our thoughts on the CFB Playoff rankings, and how it'll shake out. Of course, this is just our opinion lol. Tune in and enjoy! Always remember to BE THE LIGHT!
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Guest-at-a-Glance: 💡 Guest: Antoine Coetsier 💡What he does: Co-founder / COO @ exoscale 💡Noteworthy: Cloud expert with extensive experience in secure infrastructure solutions. 💡Where to find Antoine: LinkedIn What we explore in this episode: In this episode, we explore the critical concept of data sovereignty with guest Antoine Coetsier, Co-founder…
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I've spent over 30 years working with SQL Server. I saw a post recently from Bob Ward who is celebrating 30 years at Microsoft, noting this is also the 30th anniversary of SQL Server on Windows. It's been an honor for me to get to know Bob, learn from him, and spend time socially at various events around the world. He's truly been a force in improv…
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Clete and Kirton link up on the mics to showcase their incredible abilities to...talk. Yup, that's right, they are good at just talking. What about??... We have no idea. But if you listen all the way through or carefully, you'll find some golden soundbites there! The main jest of the episode tonight revolves around the THSFB playoffs!! It is that s…
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Many of the services that businesses use are taken for granted. In an office, management expects electricity, water, and heat just work. If they don't, then often a crisis is declared and funds are spent to rectify the situation. I've been in businesses where any of those systems fail and usually, it's very disruptive. I think these days a computer…
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I saw a comic from Kendra Little recently, which reminded me of my first SQL Server crisis. I got hired as a contractor to support a large Novell network. In my first chance to work with SQL Server, a new database server running SQL Server 4.2 on OS/2 1.2 was installed on our network to support a new data entry application. This was mandated by a g…
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Software development can be a challenge for each of us with lots of demands and the need to ensure your code solves a problem correctly, efficiently, and completely. Juggling the workload by yourself is one thing, but add in a team of developers, and the complexity quickly grows. The real world is chaotic and despite the best efforts of project man…
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I enjoyed my time in college, and I learned a great deal. While I do think that the time helped me grow, I also recognize that I was always a good student and the cost of my working through that degree was far below what today's degrees cost at many universities (even accounting for inflation). What's more, I worked most of the time I was at univer…
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I find there to be a lot of value in actively managing your career. I've been a technical individual contributor, a manager, a business owner, and a cross-team supporter in my various positions. Each one has challenges, and in each case, I've found ways to build a better career position that not only suits me but makes my life more enjoyable. I hop…
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The DBAB show is back and better than ever with the newest addition to our crew.....*drumroll*.....Benny Blaize!! Welcome, welcome! We are thrilled and excited to have Benny join the boys! We deliver another great episode! Hope you enjoy it! Always remember to "Be The Light"!
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I ran across a blog noting that Cisco has a vulnerability in a new product. The blog also lists two (one, two) articles showing that Cisco has had hard-coded credentials in the past. I understand that many times a known process is repeated, essentially copy-pasted between people, and we have similar issues as we have had in the past. However, in 20…
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This year has been a busy one for me. I had 30 trips on airplanes away from home and around 100 nights not in my own bed. It's been quite a year, and a little overloaded. There have been a few months were I traveled little, but more than a few where I was gone more than I was home. I spent 19 nights away from home in September. A few weeks back, I …
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Guest-at-a-Glance: 💡 Name: Josef Pullicino 💡 What he does: Core DevOps Manager at MeDirect 💡 Noteworthy: Prior to joining MeDirect, Josef worked at a leading telecom company in Malta, focusing on applications and databases. Over a decade-long career, he has gravitated toward technical and management roles. 💡 Where to find Josef: LinkedIn What we ex…
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At Redgate Software, we've been looking to "level up" our internal security game. While we have had very good security during the 16 years I've been there, there have been a few security issues with our products. The speed at which we address things, as well as the communications with customers, has impressed me. We've had almost no problems with o…
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Early in my career as a developer, I was required to follow a formal process to get the code I'd written deployed to production environments. Each time I'd written code, I had to document what I'd tested and then print out the relevant sections of the codebase. I needed to find two other developers to spend 10-15 minutes with me in a meeting, going…
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I was working with a customer recently and they said they didn't want to set up a pipeline. Somehow they wanted magically to see changes that developers made to their database appear in their production database without making any effort to build or configure a pipeline in a tool like Octopus Deploy. As I was thinking about how to find them a solut…
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The DBAB crew is back with a thunderous bang! We are bringing you the best sports talk that we possibly can! Texas High School Football?... We've got you covered! College Football...We've got you covered! NFL??? Yes, we got that covered as well! So sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!...... And always remember...BE THE LIGHT!…
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Ladies and gentlemen..... are you ready to rumblllllllleeeeeee!!!??? Haha the DBAB crew is back with another great episode as always! We strive to produce the best content and show we possibly can for not only ourselves but for all of your faithful listeners! Clete and Kirton hold it down on the show and do what they do best.... just talk and talk.…
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I was browsing online the other day during a break and stumbled upon an article on the modern architecture stack for a startup. It's not a bad read, and as someone who's worked in startups, it's interesting to see what others think. As with many of these articles, it has a lot of practical advice, and it's also not relevant for many of us because w…
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Over the years I've had the chance to work in a lot of companies, and I've seen a lot of different team-building attempts take place. In restaurants, these were often nights out with too many adult beverages. At a power station, we had some large outdoor BBQs, where again, sometimes there were too many adult drinks consumed. When I came to Denver, …
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One of the things that happens with many companies that start adopting DevOps is that they release new features constantly. They publish their lists of changes, and they try to attract customers and grow their businesses. They may make some mistakes, but they fix those quickly and keep pushing forward. That's the idea, and it works well. However, m…
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There was a failure recently at an Azure data center in Australia when a utility power sag caused equipment to trip offline at one of the Azure data centers in Australia. You can read about it here, but essentially the headline is that there were only three people on site when the incident occurred, and that caused them to be unable to restart the …
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