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Robert L Davis

Robert L Davis is a SQL Server 2008 Certified Master and an experienced Database Administrator, SQL Server evangelist, speaker, writer, and trainer. He has worked with SQL Server for more than 13 years, and recently started his own consulting company, SQL DBA Master. He recently served as a Sr. Product Consultant and Chief SQL Server Evangelist for Idera Software. Prior to that he served as Program Manager for the SQL Server Certified Master Program and as a production DBA at Microsoft. Robert helped found the PASS Data Architecture Virtual Chapter, was the primary author of "Pro SQL Server 2008 Mirroring," and was a Charter Member of the Idera ACEs program. He often speaks at SQL Server events and writes articles and product reviews for SQL Server Magazine. Robert is married, has two German Shepherds, and is an avid writer, blogging about SQL Server at http://www.SQLSoldier.com and writing horror fiction. You can find him on Twitter as @SQLSoldier.
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T-SQL Tuesday #74: Be the Change Round-up 20 Jan 2016
Thanks to everybody that participated in this month’s T-SQL Tuesday. A big thanks to everyone who wrote a participating blog post, and a really huge thanks to everyone who read the posts shared by this month’s participants. If you follow one of the links on this round-up page, I will ...

T-SQL Tuesday #74: Ch-ch-changes 12 Jan 2016
Welcome to my contribution for T-SQL Tuesday 74 being hosted by me. So special thanks to me for hosting it. Good job me, I’ll buy me a beer next time I see me to thank me properly. But enough about me, my post is about using Query Store in SQL Server 2016 to identify queries or plans that ...

T-SQL Tuesday #74 Invitation: Be the Change 06 Jan 2016
Happy New Year and welcome to another T-SQL Tuesday (number 74 to be exact). This time of the year, everyone thinks about making resolutions. Stop doing something or start doing something, etc. You know the drill. Well, I’m not doing that, but this month’s topic is inspired by ...

Corrupt Temporary Statistics in SQL Server 2014 Readable Replica 10 Dec 2015
Earlier this week, the Database Strategy Team at my company was contacted about queries that were failing on one specific table. The same query on TableX and TableZ were successful, but it failed on TableY (not the real table names, but it is data partitioned into separate tables where the names ...

T-SQL Tuesday #73: Never Made That Mistake Again 08 Dec 2015
T-SQL Tuesday is a monthly community-wide blogging event created by Adam Machanic (blog|@AdamMachanic), and everyone is invited to particpate. This month’s blog post party — I like that phrase, it has a nice ring to it — is being hosted by Bradley Ball (blog|@SQLBalls), ...