DevOps Consultant — Simon Jensen

Here should be some, not so random, introduction …


Zsh Shell With Oh My Zsh

Zsh Shell With Oh My Zsh
Ok, so it’s been a few years since I last blogged about anything. For sure a loooot has happened since my last post on the Fish Shell, but I thought I might as well pick up the writing where I left off. Since my last post I’ve switched out Fish Shell in favour of Zsh. My Zsh setup works quite similar to the previous Fish Shell setup, but I found that Zsh has a better support for Bash scripting, especially those evaluation lines like var=$(some command to evaluate) that we as DevOps engineers run into all the time :D
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Fish Shell — The friendly interactive shell

Fish Shell — The friendly interactive shell
Okay, so I’m a sucker for theming my setups, admitted! I have no idea how many hours I spend tweaking my terminal in order to get the right colors, fonts and let’s not get started on additional git information that one can put in there … and so recently I came across the shell called Fish. Fish has apparently been around for quite some time, but it never found it’s way to my attention — After all, how often do you actually change your shell?
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MSSQL Bulk Inserts

MSSQL Bulk Inserts
I recently had to export data from a table on one MSSQL database and import it into another … a common and simple issue I guess. The problem was that the amount of data was too much for simply using the SQL Server Management Studio ( SSMS) data export guide and then opening the export in SSMS and running it as individual insert-statements — The export will work fine, but the import constantly failed due to an out of memory exception.
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