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RE: ISUG’s Sybase FAQ post

A correction to my ISUG’s Sybase FAQ post from Mike Harold (president of ISUG):   From:"Mike Harrold" <Mike.Harrold@isug.com> To: jason@froebe.net CC: Harold.Mason@sybase.com Date: Sat, 30 Dec 2006 21:52:26 -0500   Jason,   I would appreciate it if you would remove your blog entry on the...

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Blog Policy

Hi everyone, I’ve gotten a few emails from various people at Sybase and ISUG to remove certain posts on this blog.  As a matter of my belief and policy, if anyone has any issues with any of my posts, please make a reply stating any...

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Sybase ASE Tech Talk Podcast

Sybase Engineering has just published a podcast for their ASE product.  The podcast was created by Stefan Karlsson, a Sybase P&T engineer.  It is a high level view of how Sybase Engineering views what is important for performance.  This podcast will be an excellent source...

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ISUG’s Sybase FAQ

ISUG hasn’t been maintaining the Sybase FAQ very well. Entries that provide wrong or misleading information new information hasn’t been added to the FAQ for a number of years with the exception of the ASE 12.5x/15x on Ubuntu. Dead links to websites that have been...

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“My SysAd Blog”

My UNIX-based blog covers a collection of tips for installations, programming, scripting, configuration, SQL, maintenance, troubleshooting, and command line syntax. I discovered a second blog today.  This one, My SysAd Blog, is based around unix commands and tips.  There are a few dbms entries but...

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Geek Philosophy

I’m working from home today and when looking for examples of a certain perl module, I ran across the blog Geek Philosophy by Chris Simmons.  He covers several topics and programming languages but seems to be drawn to the Perl language.  As I read his...

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Helix Live – Forensic analysis of a computer :)

“Download your copy today and save a windows machine tomorrow.” –zushiba Helix is a customized distribution of the Knoppix Live Linux CD. Helix is more than just a bootable live CD. You can still boot into a customized Linux environment that includes customized linux kernels,...

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FW: 2006 Perl Advent Calendar

I almost missed this, but Jerrad Pierce created the Perl Advent Calendar.  Each day he gave a gift of finding a perl module from CPAN and provide examples on how to use it.  This has been a tradition for the past 5 years and I...

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