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Dbaum: The Journey

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Dbaum strongly stands for family, leaving a legacy, appreciation for the little things in life and honoring those who create. Here are the DAILY adventures through my mindset and what I am doing to create the life of my choice. I believe by using the methods I talk about in each episode, you will be able to change your mindset and take ownership of your life. This is my journey in creating a brand that is different from the rest, I hope you’d like to tag along Follow my journey on my other p ...
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"Do Business. Do Life." is a weekly podcast dedicated to helping the independent financial advisor create unlimited growth and freedom in their business AND life. Having been a coach for the top 1% of independent financial advisors for 15+ years, Brad Johnson has seen far too many leaders in financial services sacrifice their marriages, health, relationships, and everything else that matters to walk across an industry stage recognizing their "success." That model is broken, and Brad's on a m ...
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The Man-To-Man With DB & AB brings you inside the huddle of the defensive backfield in the NFL with 9 year NFL veteran Darius Butler, and 14 year NFL veteran Antoine Bethea as they break down everything you've never known when it comes to playing Defensive Back in the NFL. This show aims to educate, entertain, and give you a completely different look inside the football world with two guys who have done it better than most.
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Today, I have the pleasure of talking with Triad members Tim and Julie Sullivan – a dynamic husband and wife team that lead Strategic Wealth Advisors Group together. After joining Triad in early 2023, Tim and Julie have grown their business by leaps and bounds. Not only did they just sign a $12 million client (their biggest ever!), they’re also alr…
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One of the interesting things that I see at Redgate Software is how idealistic our developers and engineers can be. They often build our database DevOps products with the idea that customers will use well-designed databases. The systems will have primary keys, foreign keys, defaults, constraints, indexes, and more. Developers will use coding standa…
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One of the interesting things that I see at Redgate Software is how idealistic our developers and engineers can be. They often build our database DevOps products with the idea that customers will use well-designed databases. The systems will have primary keys, foreign keys, defaults, constraints, indexes, and more. Developers will use coding standa…
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At the Redgate Summit in London, I ran a panel talking about Platform Engineering and how we can make developers more productive. One of the questions from our audience revolved around AI (Artificial Intelligence) technologies and how they might assist. As a note, AI tech includes a lot of different things, like machine learning (ML) among other th…
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Today, I’m talking with Ross Marino, the founder and CEO of Transitus Wealth Partners, as well as Advisor 2X. Ross is a seasoned financial planner with over 35 years of experience and a pioneer of the human-first financial guidance movement. As Ross wisely says, "Life happens, plans change." As a financial advisor, your role goes beyond crunching n…
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At the Redgate Summit in London, I ran a panel talking about Platform Engineering and how we can make developers more productive. One of the questions from our audience revolved around AI (Artificial Intelligence) technologies and how they might assist. As a note, AI tech includes a lot of different things, like machine learning (ML) among other th…
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I saw a tweet that DBCC CLONEDATABASE was being discontinued for production databases, which both scared me and didn’t make sense. I’ve used this a few times for a quick copy of a database and like how it works. Discontinuing it seemed strange to me. Then I read the blog post, which notes that it’s not being supported for production deployments. Th…
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I saw a tweet that DBCC CLONEDATABASE was being discontinued for production databases, which both scared me and didn't make sense. I've used this a few times for a quick copy of a database and like how it works. Discontinuing it seemed strange to me. Then I read the blog post, which notes that it's not being supported for production deployments. Th…
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I have worked for a few startup companies, including SQL Server Central. Each has been a different experience, and I learned a lot at each stop. However, I’m not sure I’d want to go through that process again at my age. I was thinking about the challenges and the excitement of being at a startup while reading about the founding of Reddit. The post …
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I have worked for a few startup companies, including SQL Server Central. Each has been a different experience, and I learned a lot at each stop. However, I'm not sure I'd want to go through that process again at my age. I was thinking about the challenges and the excitement of being at a startup while reading about the founding of Reddit. The post …
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When we build software, many of us use the same algorithms to solve problems. We might choose a similar method for a quicksort or a lambda validation or a regular expression. For database work, your code for a running total (or other common challenge) is likely very similar to many other people. At least on the same platform. You might solve this d…
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Today, I’m chatting with Brooke Martin – an incredible human being and very talented Executive Assistant who has worked with me for the past 3 years. While Brooke manages my calendar with exceptional skill, her impact goes way beyond scheduling. Brooke allows me to excel not just in my business, but also as a husband, father, and in every other asp…
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When we build software, many of us use the same algorithms to solve problems. We might choose a similar method for a quicksort or a lambda validation or a regular expression. For database work, your code for a running total (or other common challenge) is likely very similar to many other people. At least on the same platform. You might solve this d…
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Several years ago, I heard about a new product coming in Azure that would provide an IaaS (infrastructure as a service) VM to run SQL Server, with Microsoft managing most of the admin tasks for the instance, like patching and backups. That didn’t seem like a big load to me, and I wondered if anyone would actually pay for this product. After all, do…
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Several years ago, I heard about a new product coming in Azure that would provide an IaaS (infrastructure as a service) VM to run SQL Server, with Microsoft managing most of the admin tasks for the instance, like patching and backups. That didn't seem like a big load to me, and I wondered if anyone would actually pay for this product. After all, do…
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Most of the people I know who speak at a SQL Saturday or user group aren't paid for their efforts. At many of the community events, the speakers are volunteering their time. Many are also paying for their own way to those events not located in their area. A few, such as me, might get a company to cover their travel expenses, but often this doesn't …
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Today, I’m talking with Tom Ruggie, the founder and CEO of Ruggie Wealth Management – the flagship company of independent RIA, Destiny Wealth Partners, which has surpassed $1B in managed assets and is recognized among Forbes 250 Fastest-Growing RIA Firms. The funny thing is, it’s actually our shared passion for sports collectables that brought Tom …
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This article has a concept I've never heard about: invisible downtime. This is the idea that there are problems in your application that the customer sees. Your servers are running, but the application doesn't work correctly or is pausing with a delay that impacts customers. From an IT perspective, the SLA is being met and there aren't any problems…
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Kubernetes is cool, and I think it's really useful in helping us scale and manage multiple systems easily in a fault-tolerant way. Actually, I don't think Kubernetes per se is important itself; more it seems that the idea of some orchestration engine to manage containers and systems is what really matters. As a side note, there are other orchestrat…
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In this episode, I’m talking to Triad member and financial advisor Jordan Flowers who leads Wealth Financial Services & Tax Advisory along with his father Thomas. When Jordan and his company first joined Triad in 2022, they had roughly $20 million of AUM. Fast-forward to 2023 and they nearly doubled their total assets to $39.4 million. And what’s e…
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It seems that when I travel to offices these days, it's standard for most desk setups to have two monitors. I think all the desks at Redgate have a docking station and two monitors for people to use. They also convert to standing desks, which is handy. I have a standing desk that I use regularly, and it's nice to have that option when I visit an of…
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Today, I’m chatting with Kristi Herold, a workplace culture expert who has built a multi-million-dollar global organization called JAM. Kristi founded JAM in 1996 and grew it into one of the largest adult recreational sports league providers in the world. When the 2020 pandemic forced sports to pause, Kristi and her team pivoted to helping corporat…
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I've got a few certifications and quite a few more that have expired or aren't relevant. Does anyone think Windows NT 4.0 or SQL Server 6.5 matter? If you need help in those areas, ask someone else. Unless you have a crazy budget with a willingness to pay a ridiculous hourly rate. Kamil Nowinski had a recent video discussing why IT certifications a…
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One of the things that I've found with cloud computing services is that the people involved with managing these resources sometimes get asked to become financial accountants. I saw an interesting post from SQL Rod asking about this new task as something all of us might need to consider a part of our job in the modern world. He asks if we are Techou…
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For most of us working in technology, I think we understand that if something is broken we might need to work. Not that we have to, or we need to, but we might need to. Perhaps you feel differently, or your company approaches on-call in another way. If so, let me know today how you deal with staff being on-call. In my career, there are jobs with fo…
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Today, I’m talking with James Conole, a financial advisor and the founder of Root Financial Partners, a fast-growing RIA with over $400 million AUM. Between his Ready for Retirement podcast and James Conole, CFP® YouTube channel, James has generated over 10 million views and listens in the last 12 months alone. That traffic led to over 700 inbound …
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I saw a quote recently that resonated with me. It's not something I've often struggled with, but I have at times. Here's the quote: "Life rewards action, not intelligence. Many brilliant people talk themselves out of getting started, and being smart doesn't help very much without the courage to act. You can't win if you're not in the game." - @Jame…
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This week, I’m talking with Jeffrey Shaw, who is an entrepreneur, business coach, and one of the most preeminent portrait photographers in the United States. His portraits have appeared on The Oprah Show, CBS News, in People and O Magazine, and even hang on the walls of Harvard University. His unique style made him the go-to photographer for renown…
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Last year, I read Surrender, a book by U2 lead singer, Bono. Bill Gates listed this as one of the top books to read at one point, so I picked it up and dove in. I have enjoyed U2s music since I was in high school, and was interested to hear what made Bill Gates recommend his book. The book is partially a journey of U2, but mostly a look at how Bono…
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Today, I’m sitting down with Triad Members Mike and Jess Panico, the husband-and-wife founders of Arcadia Financial. Mike and Jess are living proof that you can have success in our industry at a young age — and they’ll tell you exactly how they did it. After taking the leap to start a practice in their 20s, Mike and Jess have quickly grown Arcadia …
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Recently I traveled to visit a customer who has an in-the-office culture. They have multiple large buildings outside a major US city and almost all their employees (7000+) live nearby and are expected to be in the office the whole week. More senior people can opt for 4 10-hour shifts rather than 5 8-hour shifts, but with few exceptions, they have p…
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As I work through 2024, I found myself doing a little more vacation planning this year than in previous ones. In 2022 I traveled quite a bit, but my wife went with me often. We went to Europe 5 times that year and added quite a few vacation days around my work trips. My wife thought that was a great year. Last year, 2023, was different. I traveled …
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In this episode, I’m talking with the host of NFL RedZone, Scott Hanson. For 15 seasons, Scott has hosted the wildly popular RedZone where he entertains millions of viewers (including Tom Brady) every Sunday of football season for 7-hours straight without taking a single bathroom break! Listen in to learn about Scott’s extraordinary preparation pro…
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