Monthly Archives: August 2009

There’s been a lot of not-so-subtle mentions about news sites packing up the free content and starting some form of monetization scheme where they expect Internet users will cough up some dough.  This does not please me terribly much. Assuming, for a second, that we don’t take into account the […]

Paying for News Online: Bah

Welcome!  It’s official, I’m finally back from a long overdue holiday.  We got in around 11 pm last night and will slowly get back up to speed in the next few days.  It’s been an absolute blast being abroad once more and each time I collect new memories which (hopefully) […]

Thus Endeth the Holiday

“SQL Down Under Code Camp is an annual community-driven event for SQL Server professionals. Each year, well over a hundred DBAs and Developers come together to learn from each other and to network. It is held in October at the Wagga Wagga campus of our friends at Charles Sturt University.” […]

For the Calendar: SQL Code Camp 2009