Monthly Archives: October 2010

Most Developers Have No Business In The Database World

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I have been around superb developers that understand the concept of approaching efficient code that needs to be ran on the database, and will seek help from database developers/DBAs to ensure that is the case. Unfortunately, most do not really understand the need and approach a solution to certain requirement… Read more »

Kerberos Double Hop and Delegation between different Active Directory Accounts [SQL Server]

In the past, when I had bare knowledge of Active Directory, I dealt with double hop queries using SQL Server Authentication. What is the problem with SQL Authentication? Maintenance. The DBA team can literally spend hours maintaining usernames/passwords, linked servers, and of course giving appropriate grants/roles to a new user… Read more »

From Palm to Windows Phone to Android

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I have been a hardcore Windows Phone user (formerly Windows Mobile, and CE) for several years, mainly because it was very easy to  synchronize directly with Outlook and Microsoft Exchange. The GUI has been pretty nice since the first releases and resembled Windows in a way. Windows Phone let me transition from a… Read more »