Monthly Archives: May 2017

The Five Questions of Flow

From an interesting webinar, “Creating a Visual Office for Operational Excellence” by jenkrider@instituteopex.org https://instituteopex.org/site/webinars/creating_a_visual_office_for_operational_excellence. One of the key takeaways emphasized is that monthly updates to charted metrics are a tool, not visual management. The goal of visual management is to remove a … Continue reading

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Adding a logging file for TraceListener

Debugging the third-party apps I maintain has become more difficult since my organization is eliminating local admin accounts, and the application’s obsolete paradigm of saving log files in application folders (i.e. Program Files) is impossible in my environment, and also complicated … Continue reading

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Database unit testing resources

Not strictly a linkdump, but a list of resources for database unit testing. tSQLt, SQLunit, DBunit, dbForge

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