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#GivingTuesday 2015: Gangsta Geek T-shirts Benefiting BASCA, Inc

Posted Nov 20, 2015 by Maggie Goodhart

The holidays are always surrounded by family, friends, fun and my favorite part…giving back to the community! My name is Maggie Goodhart and I am an Engagement Manager here at Pragmatic Works. I love volunteering and giving back to the community during my free time. I have volunteered with many organizations such as Junior Achievement, Relay for Life and Habitat for Humanity.

These days, I do most of my volunteering through my church, Access Church, a young professional organization called Rotaract and here at Pragmatic Works. It has been ingrained in me since I was a little girl to help out and give back to people in need. I enjoy community service and want to carry on the legacy of my parents and grandparents. I don’t think there is such a thing as a Goodhart without a good heart.

5 Tips to Keep AlwaysOn Always Humming and Users Happy

Posted Nov 09, 2015 by Matt Gordon

If you work with AlwaysOn Availability Groups in a production environment long enough, you will inevitably encounter a situation that forces you to failover your AG. If you’ve just started working with AGs, that failover is likely followed by a developer or application administrator calling you in the middle of the night cheerfully telling you “something is not right with the database”.

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