It has been sometime since my last blog, however I am still here. People have asked me why hasn't my blog been updated for a while. The answer is simple. My blog is different than most. I only write about things that others have not written or ideas and solutions that I have developed because no one else has. With this outlook of my blog, the articles posted are more interesting and original.
With the release of SQL Server 2016 on Linux, I'm sure you will find many blogs in 2017. This is a new area for me and other DBAs and will relook at my previous blogs and see how they have changed in this new version.
If you are looking for information on backups, granting user access, error messages, etc. then you should look at the multitude of other blogs and sites with this information. If you are looking for common sense writing then you have found come to the right place.
Wishing you all the best in 2017 and let's hope it's ever a better year than last.
About Me - Who is DR DBA?
- Who am I?
- Hello. My name is Rudy Panigas and I am a Production Senior Microsoft SQL Server Database Administrator (DBA) with over 14 years of experience. Have published articles with SQL Central, am a leader for the my local PASS chapter in Toronto (TORPASS) and love to automate anything SQL including disaster recovery. I created this blog to share my views, knowledge and to discuss Microsoft SQL server in order to help out others in this field. Please test these scripts before using. I do not warranty and do not take any responsibility for it, its misuse or output it creates. You can reach me at this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org