If you have ever set a value in a field but need to reset the value to a NULL, there are many other grids and applications that have tricks and keystrokes to set this important value.
In the SSDT View Data grid, simply type the text “NULL” into the cell and press enter.
As we are learning the new EC2 Amazon Cloud Services, I am compelled to post a “how to” when setting up and connecting to an AWS EC2 SQL Server box. This will answer many questions for others so they can get around the few issues that will creep up when Launching a new EC2 SQL instance. This same information can be used for other server launches too. Continue reading
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My wife and I attended the comedy show of John Moyer at the Wise Guy’s Comedy Club in West Valley City, Utah on May 10, 2010. He is a renowned comedian, actor, screenwriter, director, and is fantastically funny.
Portfolio pictures of John Moyer at Wise Guys Comedy Club in West Valley City, Utah
Last week, there was news that The E Center has changed it’s name. The E Center will now be known as The Maverik Center. I am personally very excited about this. It has a great ring to it, even though The E Center name has been around longer than The Energy Solutions Arena, the new name will help keep them from being confused. The Maverik stores have done well in Utah and blend well with the Desert, Outdoors, Activity based atmosphere of the state. Continue reading
This was a fantastic concert. The opening act for Weezer made a huge impression on the concert goers. Everyone was on their feet. They enjoyed the music and had a great time.
The concert for Muse was good. I didn’t stay for the entire concert, but was there for the first three songs as is customary and allowed by the band management. Muse came out standing on a 360 degree stage which had three columns for each member of the band to stand on. They were as high as the rear seating where they could be seen from anywhere in the venue. The arena was screaming, enjoying the music and they played very well.
There is nothing better than knowing exactly what needs to be done to get the best results from your technology. Especially from a database server.
Why wouldn’t someone read the manual on how to care for a car to know how it works? Because everyone wants to have the satisfaction that they got in the car, ran it, and never had to look at the manual! Yet, you didn’t know you had to do maintenance, where that maintenance should take place and at what intervals. Well, this is where best practices come in. Don’t try and drive your car and let the engine churn without knowing how to best care for it.
This video presents the top 5 attributes and skills that make up a CIO or Chief Information Officer. There are many paths to take in the IT industry, and one of those it up. All the way up to CIO. You will say to yourself, “I can do that job, I know everything about computers”. Yet, when it comes to visionary, strategic, and financial implementations these are things you want to avoid. Then you might want to make some adjustments that either help you to be more involved and understand those more, or set your sights on something different.
This is a must see so you get a head on your fast track before time ticks away. Jason Hiner from TechRepublic provides a small clip that reviews these top challenges in this career path.
Zipping files on a Mac or Windows is straight-forward. You used to have to buy an application to zip files, and now the operating system has it built in, at least for the simple and basic tasks. This was included since Mac OSX 10.3 and later and in Windows XP and later. Continue reading