MySQL Asynchronous Replication and Logging Formats

There are three ways to get data replicated between MySQL databases and different (and very valid) reasons to each method. In this post I will answer the questions “what is asynchronous MySQL replication?” and “when might asynchronous replication be the best way to go for my environment?” I will also define the two binary logging […]

SQL: SELECT Syntax and Basic Definitions

I find myself regularly clarifying the difference between SQL Server and SQL so I owe the topic a blog post or three. SQL is the standard programming language used in relational database management. The acronym stands for Structured Query Language and is pronounced either “see-qwuhl” or “es-que-el.” SQL standards are maintained by ANSI and ISO/IEC . […]

Like Clockwork: Sundance Film Festival 2019 Please

As I’ve grown older and more technical in the data industry, I’ve developed an appreciation for strong independent artists. This has been magnified as an independent artist very dear to my heart has grown wings and is getting ready to fly. I’ve done my research and gained a lot of respect for the Sundance Film […]

2018: The Year I Stay Home

I had a great year last year. I was lucky enough to experience Kscope17 and amazingly lucky enough to present at Ukoug_Tech17. I traveled a lot for work, and I traveled a lot for personal reasons. My family and my zoo suffered for it. I forgot that instead of chasing dreams, I’m supposed to be […]