Monthly Archives: May 2012

How to drop a column with a default value constraint in SQL Server

It’s frustrated me a few times how difficult it is to drop a column in SQL Server when that column has a default value set on it.  You’ll get an error message like this: Msg 5074, Level 16, State 1,… Continue reading ‘How to drop a column with a default value constraint in SQL Server’

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Back to basic – Your startup should make money

It breaks my heart to read Tom Howard’s post on his struggles with his startup. On many levels, I can relate to his story.  When Stephen and I started Archon a few years ago, we had no money and no funding.  We… Continue reading ‘Back to basic – Your startup should make money’

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