Discover the best practices for creating secure MySQL backups and uploading them to FTP or popular free file hosting services like Fex.net, Fastupload.io, MEGA, Google Drive, and Easyupload.io. Protect your data with our comprehensive guide.
The shorthand SELECT * command might be one of the most convenient and commonly used SQL statements during the development phase, but is it really the best practice for production environments? Let us try to find out.
In SQL Server, the recently added APPROX_PERCENTILE_CONT and APPROX_PERCENTILE_DISC functions utilize interpolation. This article will delve into the basics of interpolation and real-world uses of the APPROX_PERCENTILE_CONT and APPROX_PERCENTILE_DISC functions within SQL Server databases.
As September is slowly but steadily coming to a close, it's time to deliver a summary of our achievements on independent review platforms over Q2-Q3 2023. Our previous recap was rather rich with awards, and this time we hope you won't be disappointed either.
In today's data-driven age, tools that allow for efficient database management and querying are indispensable. One such powerful tool is SQLCMD, a command-line utility that comes bundled with SQL Server. But did you know that you can unleash the might of SQLCMD right within the familiar SQL Server Management Studio's (SSMS) Query Editor?
In the competitive world of database management, every bit—literally—counts when it comes to efficiency. That's where bitmasking comes into play, a resourceful technique that offers a smart solution for SQL Server administrators and developers.
Here comes the success story of Specialized Media Dashboard, a project that comprises an open-source media monitoring system. The specialized media in question encompasses the spheres of journalism, law enforcement, and climate change.