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Mariadb blew up... why? What is causing this?

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We've been chasing a mariadb problem for months and eliminated all we could to the point of staring

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DATE and TIME ... don't be scared, and do it right (the first time)

DATE and TIME ... don't be scared, just do it right

DATE,TIME,MS SQL Server,MySQL,Oracle


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Is it just me or is NoSQL Overapplied? It seems like in an …

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Is it just me or is NoSQL Overapplied? It seems like in an effort to be as trendy as possible people…
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Was happy to have a tool like www.newrelic.com. Had an issue…

Was happy to have a tool like www.newrelic.com. Had an issue where only certain users were …
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Yesterday, cyber resilience startup, UpGuard, issued a …

Yesterday, cyber resilience startup, UpGuard, issued a report that as many as 14 million U.S. …
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MS Access 2007 Users/Developers - *** IMPORTANT NOTE ***  …

MS Access 2007 Users/Developers - *** IMPORTANT NOTE ***

  This is a heads up that the following …
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Do we always use microservices?

Today we will look at a very common question that comes up in the minds of all application designers and developers. This question is when to use the standard N-Tier architecture as opposed to the much-hyped microservices architecture for building our applications.
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Some database design ideas

I am not a database expert nor am I conversant with database design, but I have had a couple of run-ins with databases that are either badly designed or use a platform that doesn’t meet the needs of the end-user. I would like to think this is a "lessons-learned" synopsis.
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What to use? ORM vs Stored Procedures

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Today we will look at a very common debate while developing the data access layer. This is to decide if we want to use stored procedures and keep our logic in the database or do we want to use an ORM like Entity Framework and keep all logic in our middle tier C# code and use the database as a store.
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Microsoft continues to push Azure at a speed hard to follow.…

Microsoft continues to push Azure at a speed hard to follow. The variety of offerings is vast…
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Performance Comparison of (SELECT TOP 1) Verses MAX() …

Performance Comparison of (SELECT TOP 1) Verses MAX()
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UPDATES with JOIN... for everybody?


One of the regular tasks for a SQL Developer (or DBA) is to UPDATE
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How to Be a Better Programmer: Bits and Bytes

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Does the idea of dealing with bits scare or confuse you? Does it seem like a waste of time in an age where we all have terabytes of storage? If so, you're missing out on one of the core tools in every professional programmer's toolbox. Learn how to do amazing, modern things with bits!
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DISTINCT and GROUP BY... and why does it not work for my query?

Often, when running a query with joins, the results show up …
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Here's a simple primer about what GraphQL is and does:  …

Here's a simple primer about what GraphQL is and does:

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EQIFAX DATA BREACH.  The Equifax data breach is one of the…

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EQIFAX DATA BREACH.

The Equifax data breach is one of the deadliest cyberattacks in the modern …
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For those needing Access 32 bit and 64 bit database engine …

For those needing Access 32 bit and 64 bit database engine components on the same PC, a possible new…
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