Top posts of the year – 2011

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So it’s surely a cliché, but since many of my favorite bloggers are doing it, I thought I’d jump on board. So here’s my list of top posts this year. Given the fact that I’m nowhere near 2,000,000 views like Susan Visser, and that I’ve only been blogging for a year and a half, I’m not limiting the list to things I wrote this year. 3 of these are on the most basic of DB2 topics. One deals with the WebSphere Commerce Data model – I’m not surprised that a starting point for learning the data model is high on the list – it is hard to know where to start with it. And I’m actually surprised that there aren’t more of the error-specific entries on the list – I tend to think of them as popular because they’re really things you can’t find elsewhere – specific actions to take when you get a specific error message in a WebSphere Commerce DB2 database.

  1. 10 Commerce Tables you should be familiar with
  2. Managing db2 transaction log files
  3. Stagingprop – SQL0803 – a rarer cause
  4. Locks – Timeout vs. Deadlock
  5. How to catalog a DB2 database

 

Oh, and at the top of my Christmas list is this book:

Technical Blogging: Turn Your Expertise into a Remarkable Online Presence

 

I’ve heard it is good, and while I’ve been blogging for more than a year, I have only just moved to self-hosted and am taking more advanced steps like that. Hoping all my readers have a happy and healthy holiday!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lead Db2 Database Engineer and Service Delivery Manager , XTIVIA
Ember is always curious and thrives on change. Working in IT provides a lot of that change, but after 17 years developing a top-level expertise on Db2 for mid-range servers and more than 7 years blogging about it, Ember is hungry for new challenges and looks to expand her skill set to the Data Engineering role for Data Science. With in-depth SQL and RDBMS knowledge, Ember shares both posts about her core skill set and her journey into Data Science. Ember lives in Denver and work from home for XTIVIA, leading a team of Db2 DBAs.

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