Handy time-saving PowerShell script to run a batch of scripts easily.
Let me state my position from the outset: Favoring AD Groups for security in SQL Server over individual AD Logins is a mistake. I don’t care what the “best practice” is. It’s a headache with no discernible advantage.
What’s better than dropping your temp tables at the end of every script? Checking for their existence at the beginning of the script and dropping them.
As I was attempting to update my email address in a WordPress blog, it was stuck. A notification said: There is a pending change of the admin email to firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a handy and free tool to check your system’s uptime called “Uptime”. (Clever, no?) It can be downloaded at http://uptimeexe.codeplex.com. While it is very easy to use (just navigate to it in a command window and type “uptime”), it doesn’t give much of an option for formatting the output to […]
This is an update to a previous post. In another post on this site, it was said that Dropbox Paper is the code storage of choice. This has changed. As of today, I much prefer using Microsoft’s GIT code repository known as: devops.azure.com. The benefits are numerous. Ability to revert […]
There is a great way to mark sections of your code with a highly visible indicator that requires less effort to identify. It’s preference, for sure. I would imagine that certain people might find this a gaudy way to comment their code, while others would appreciate the practicality of it […]
When trying to toggle an element on a page using jQuery, you might have the toggle happen multiple times. In other words, you click the event listening element (such as a link) and the element you want to toggle expands and collapses, then once more expands and collapses. Obviously, this […]
EDIT: I had two scenarios like this. The one written about here worked. The other one failed. The actual solution came from sql-ution.com. The solution is to fix the registry with the new value. And just in case his website comes offline before mine does, I'll post the code: Since […]