Archive | February, 2009

Got an Event!

If you have an event..local or otherwise that is open to the IT community that you would like to have me make an entry for promotion then please just drop me a line and I will get something up for you arie.jones@perptech.com ….my only criteria are as follows: Be freely open to the community Be […]

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SMO:Working with Extended Properties

One of the nice things about Server Management Objects(SMO) is how the modeling of the classes folows almost exactly how items are aligned in the database structure. Sadly, one of the least used items in a database it that extended properties that are on almost every level(database, table, column) of the SQL Server database architecture. […]

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Rocky Mountain Tech Tri-Fecta Presentations

Well, the 1st annual Rocky Mountain Tech Tri-Fecta has come and gone. It was a blast from beginning to end. The pre-event was a lot of fun as my group really killed Scott Hanselman’s group at bowling. Thanks to Julie for coordinating a great event as everything went off without too many hitches. I was […]

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South Florida Code Camp Presentation: Reporting Services 2008

Sorry for the delay. I had to head up to Philadephia right after the conference. Thanks to all of the people whom showed up. The place was totally packed for the final presentation and there were some great conversations with people aterwards for nearly 20 minutes or so..Thank goodness Russ’s TV show ran over so […]

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South Florida Code Camp: SMO Presentation

Good Afternoon, from Miami. Things are popping here with several hundred developers/DBAs roaming around here. As promised here are my presentation slides and examples from my first talk of the day on SMO. Included are the coding examples for the SMOoggle example and the Security Checker. Please note the disclaimer below: AJ Disclaimer: These code […]

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