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Benchmarking VM Fusion storage

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I use a Macbook Pro with VMware Fusion, which lets me run a bunch of virtual Windows machines for testing. I upgraded my internal drive to a quick 320gb one a few weeks ago, intending to run all my VMs off that internal drive, making it easier to do testing on airplanes or in coffee…
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Submitted my abstracts for PASS 2008

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The Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) group holds an annual summit for their members.  I attended last year, and blogged about some of my experiences: PASS Summit 2007 Day One Notes PASS Summit 2007 Day Two Notes PASS Summit 2007 Day Three Notes While I was there, I remember thinking, “Man, I wish they…
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PASS Summit 2007: Day Three Notes

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Bill Baker: Keynote on Office PerformancePoint 2007 Bill’s a fantastic speaker, and this is an interesting product, but our organization’s BI isn’t mature enough to take on this product yet. The product has a lot of potential; in a nutshell, it combines the flexibility and agility of Excel with the data safety & consistency of…
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PASS Summit 2007: Day Two Notes

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Tom Casey: Keynote Tom covered basic SQL Server marketing slides about the BI stack. Yawn. Good presenter, but couldn’t overcome the dry material. Then he handed it off to a Dell woman to announce that they’ll be selling packaged BI solutions with hardware, software, storage, etc all in one bundle. They’re targeting customers in the…
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PASS Summit 2007: Day One Notes

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My notes on the sessions I’ve attended so far: Ted Kummert: Keynote on SQL 2008 I’d already seen most of this PowerPoint deck during a South Florida SQL meeting at Microsoft, but the demos kicked butt.  Finally, we have Intellisense in Management Studio!  Woohoo!  There was other fun stuff, but I’ve already forgotten it. One…
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Code Camp Fort Lauderdale

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It’s 7:30 AM, and I’m sitting in an empty conference room. Why? Because Mike Culver from Amazon Web Services is about to present sessions on S3 and EC2, two of my favorite upcoming technologies. I’ve been getting more and more involved with virtualization over the last year – Southern is running 2/3 of their Windows…
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