In fact all it takes is a casual GitHub search for some everyday words.
What drives your development processes? Are you a TDD house, where your tests drive development? Or, perhaps there’s a chief architect who isn’t a very nice person. We call this ADD - Asshole Driven Development. However, this chat was about FDD - Fear Driven Development.
I present this with no comment… NO COMMENT!
The Azure PowerShell Tools are updated very often. But, this 0.8.6 release, is special and has many features that I was looking forward to. This release has the new Azure VM DSC extension cmdlets, …
Finally: Non-interactive login support for Microsoft Organizational account with Add-AzureAccount -Credential.
For achieving daily full script automation, the login pop-up window every 24h wasn’t very nice.
When you are writing or reviewing PowerShell scripts, I’d like you to remember the following rule of thumb: Using Write-Host is almost always wrong. Write-Host is almost always the wrong thing to d…
I’ll be reviewing some of my stuff on github after reading this.
Since the SQL Server 2014 client tools are installed on our workstation, there is a PowerShell module namedSQLPS installed.
This ebook walks you through a patterns-based approach to building real-world cloud solutions. The patterns apply to the development process as well as to architecture and coding practices.
The content is based on a presentation developed by Scott Guthrie and delivered by him at the Norwegian Developers Conference (NDC) in June of 2013 (part 1, part 2), and at Microsoft Tech Ed Australia in September 2013 (part 1, part 2). Many others updated and augmented the content while transitioning it from video to written form.
When you get used to issuing commands on the linux/unix prompt, one thing you’re sure to miss is that when you close and open another terminal or command line window the history is gone,
With a tip from the guys at powershell magazin, you can get that working for windows powershell.
That way you can always remember what have been up to recently on the command line.
You better think again. If you consider doing any of the following changes:
And these unsupported database modifications are discovered during a support call then, to get support back… just perform a database restoration from the last known good backup that did not include the database modifications.
I really don’t get the implications of creating new stored procedures or indexes. It’ s perfectly common for a DBA to sometimes add non-business related objects to get some usage overview.
Hope I never get called to solve performance issues on a Sharepoint MSSQL database. I might inadvertently ruin their support eligibility.