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Tag Archives: Documentation
A conversation with a friend on Facebook late last night led to a discussion on taking quotes from literature and rewriting them slightly so that they would fit into technical documentation. Obviously, it being late at night some of these … Continue reading →
Ah, documentation – how do we hate thee? If you’re anything like me, you’re continually frustrated by the lack of adequate documentation about the databases you have to work with, but don’t have the time (or inclination) to write it … Continue reading →
Apologies. I’m rather busy this week, and I’ve been a bit lax in writing new stuff for the blog… Must make time to do some more writing. So, here’s a quickie from some server documentation: Wednesday: Dropped AdventureWorksDW database from … Continue reading →