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I’m getting noticed. Today was hacked for the 1st time

If you checked from your mobile device in the last few days, you might have noticed some eh … “highly questionable content”, which I assure, you, had very little to do with SQL or databases.

Alas, I was hacked. Google was awesome to notify me about it (within 3 days, how cool is that!) and now the site should be back to normal.

I am reasonably sure, I removed all the malware (the same “web redirection” code scattered around ~ 20 different places), but please ping me at: if you notice anything weird.

Apologize for the inconvenience,
Maxym Kharchenko

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RMOUG 2014 Training Days: Finding SQL execution outliers

I am presenting on measuring performance by percentiles at RMOUG 2014 in Denver.

My session is on Friday Feb 7 at 2:45 pm at room 501.

Latest PPT: SQL Execution Outliers – final

The toolbox that used:

See you in Denver.

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Smile: I don’t always drink beer …

Remember the ever annoying (but hilarious) Dos Equis guy commercials about “the most interesting man in the world…” ?

Well, I’ve heard a good one today:

… I don’t always test my software … but when I do, I test it in PROD !

Thanks, Arup. Stay thirsty my friends 🙂

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Hello world!

Well, this seems like not the first post, but the blog has been in the works for some time.

It is finally up and running, so …

Hello World! 😉

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