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Best Sqlserver podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Sqlserver podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Hosted by Carlos L Chacon, the SQL Data Partners Podcast focuses on Microsoft data platform related topics mixed with a sprinkling of professional development. Carlos and guests discuss new and familiar features and ideas and how you might apply them in your environments. Visit our website for episode show notes at sqldatapartners.com/podcast and leave a comment if you have a topic you think we should discuss. We’ll see YOU on the SQL Trail.
 
Welcome to SQL Server 101. I’m Phillip Burton from sqlserver101.com. This podcast is an audio version of the video courses that I created for Microsoft SQL Server. They aim to get you from beginner level to that needed for the 70-461 certification, and beyond. Learn the skills that could you need to get your next dream job. The 70-461 certification, called “Querying Microsoft SQL Server”, is intended for SQL Server database administrators, system engineers and developers with two or more yea ...
 
The Ingeniously Simple podcast provides an under the hood look at how we design, build and manage Redgate's portfolio of products. We'll discuss all aspects of our product development process, with insights into how we approach research, design, engineering, product management and delivery; as part of a strong, cross-functional team culture that promotes agility, collaboration and learning.
 
SQL Server Radio is a Podcast for SQL Server DBAs, database developers, architects, system administrators, and anyone else who is interested in the Microsoft SQL Server platform and the Microsoft data platform in general. As the data world changes, we also occasionally talk about other platforms and services like Azure and Amazon cloud services, Elastic Search, Hadoop, MongoDB, Machine Learning, and much more.
 
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After we recorded Episode 189, we knew we lacked some of the business reasons behind the Common Data Model. Luckily, we reached out Tricia Wilcox-Almas and she has helped us fill in some of the gaps and also present how the Common Data Model is implemented in the new versions of Azure Data Lake. The show notes for today's episode can be found at ht…
 
To celebrate our 200th episode, we reached out to Bob Ward to come and celebrate this milestone with us. I have to plead the 5th on why it took us 200 episodes to finally invite him; however, we finally wised up and Bob walks us through some of the changes SQL Server has experienced over the years and what is in store (Spoiler—no big scoops) for th…
 
In this episode, Tom and Jamie chat with Jeff Foster, Redgate's Head of Engineering and Will Larson, CTO at Calm all about scaling your engineering culture. They cover topics such as why culture is so important, maintaining a small and clear tech stack, the sweet spot for team sizes and the need for specialism and clear development paths.…
 
I am old enough to remember when many large corporations implemented chargebacks. Essentially, each internal department was charged for their usage of IT systems, similar to how we are charged in the cloud. It was a mess, and individual departments had to answer for excessive charges. I don't know that any department ever lost service, but their sh…
 
This year the PASS Summit will be virtual, though not free. Until June 19, the conference will cost $500 for the 3 day conference, $900 with precons, and $349 for a single pre-con. SQL Bits is still scheduled for September, and I wonder if they will move to virtual. Microsoft has moved all events to virtual for the next year, which puts pressure on…
 
Many of us have worked in environments that have a number of SQL Server instances. Different versions, editions, and mostly different hardware profiles. We deal with different applications and software that places different demands and requirements on our database systems. Some of us are even dealing with multiple datastores, trying to integrate SQ…
 
Today we talk about all the exciting free events that we were involved with during May, with even more to come, and also some other interesting news! Check them out: The Performance Tuning Magic Show by Guy Glantser (PASS Application Development) Accelerated Database Recovery by Guy Glantser (PASS Global Hebrew Virtual Chapter) SQL Server Setup Bes…
 
Many of you are administrators, maybe accidental ones, but you have some responsibility for ensuring your databases run smoothly. Part of ensuring this happens is monitoring resource usage, configuring security, and patching your system. However, the long term health of your database requires some proactive work to ensure things continue to run smo…
 
It's been nearly two months since the Redgate Software offices closed. I am not normally in the office, but I did cancel a trip that I normally would have taken to touch base with a number of teams. That's a minor change for me, but a still a change. It's much less than the change for most other people, and by now, I expect many people have somewha…
 
I was working with a customer recently that develops software for use by their clients. They work in a DevOps style flow, regularly completing work and sending that to their clients. In one case, they released a hot fix quickly to resolve a bug in their software. In this case, the developers received the report, triage'd the bug, and released the f…
 
Lots of technical people have spent time learning something on a computer. The idea of remote learning isn't new to many of us that have watched events online for some time. Many of us have had the chance to watch some remote session from Microsoft, Redgate, or some other software vendor. We might learn online from some site like Pluralsight, or ma…
 
As DBAle turns 21, we celebrate our first legal beer in the US with Microsoft MVP and BI Evangelist, Reid Havens. While enjoying their choice of beer from the West Coast to the West Country, Reid gives Chris and Chris a home school education on the world of BI. There is inevitable scope creep with discussions on peanut butter and Portland, and the …
 
I don't manage production systems at Redgate, and I've not seen us have any disruption in the access to systems across the last few years. At a number of events, however, I've spoken to friends that have told me about the problems they've had with ransomware. I've been quite surprised how often this happens, as I see headlines, but none of the half…
 
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