I'm home from Redmond and the annual Microsoft MVP Summit. Attending Summit is one big #sqlfamily reunion for me. It was great seeing the familiar faces that help Microsoft deliver the best data platform tools, products, and services in the world.
As always, here are some links from the Intertubz that I hope will hold your interest. Enjoy!
And it still won't be able to have more than 6 tabs open in Google Chrome.
I'm starting to think that maybe Facebook isn't so good at the privacy thing.
Good reminder that as your systems become more complex you need to have a solid business continuity plan. Otherwise, when disruptions hit, you could find yourself out of business.
I cannot understand how safety was allowed to be optional.
It's almost as if AT&T were comfortable with the idea of lying to customers.
Losing 12 years worth of data is the second most shocking part of this article. The first being, of course, that MySpace still exists.
Having an “attitude of gratitude” is a great way to change your mood, and quick.
I don't care what that brogrammer on Reddit says, the answer is still "no":