Tag Archives: Microsoft SQL Server

OLE DB and SQL Server: History, End-Game, and some Microsoft “dirt”

Last month the Microsoft SQL Server team effectively sounded the death knell for Microsoft’s OLE DB.  I say “effectively” because while SQL Server isn’t the only implementor of OLE DB, it is (or rather was) Microsoft’s flagship for this data … Continue reading

About these ads
Posted in Computer and Internet, Database, Microsoft, SQL Server | Tagged , , , | 4 Comments

Porting Microsoft SQL Server to Linux

I’ve been asked many times over the years about a port of Microsoft SQL Server to *nix (as we used to call it, since Unix was the primary offering in the Enterprise while Linux was just gaining traction).  Most recently … Continue reading

Posted in Computer and Internet, Microsoft, SQL Server | Tagged , , , , | 20 Comments

Why are there so many website security breaches?

Over the weekend my wife and I decided to go pay our last respects to Borders Books.  I could write a blog entry on why they failed (which includes missing the Internet, then missing e-Readers), or why we bought nothing … Continue reading

Posted in Computer and Internet, Database, Security, SQL Server | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments