Well for the next 3 or 5 days, I will be in Las Vegas at SQL Connections. I am going to be speaking on your first 30 days as a DBA and SOX lessons learned. I am excited to go but I do not like the whole travel bit. So for the next few days I may be getting blogs posted late but I will bring you all the information that I can. This should be pretty exciting with SQL Server 2008 just released.
So today I was packing and I found an old SSWUG t-shirt lying around I loved some of the lines on the shirt so I thought I would put it up.
Signs for when to seek help from SSWUG.org:
- Keep permissions simple give everyone DBO.
- Keep transactions open while waiting for user input.
- Never use a Stored Procedures.
- Never use a Where clause when you use an Update/Delete Statement.
- Never read the query execution plan.
- Create nested transactions for best performance.
- Always edit system tables directly
- Never check on the error logs
- Never Backup System Databases
- Grant ALL to PUBLIC
So if you find yourself in this category you should be seeking some assistance.