Are questions about configuring or using SQL/DBA tool, such as SQL Studio, SQL Developer, TOAD, or phpMyAdmin, best posted on DBA? If not, what is the best SE site for such? The kind of question I ...
I just wanted to say that it was a not-completely-pleasant surprise to realize that this whole other site for database stuff could be taking questions from SO, and that an area I had earned at least ...
Every few weeks another sharp poster asks: Why are you asking DBAs about source control? Why are you asking DBAs about performance? Why are you asking DBAs about database design or data warehousing? ...
It has been suggested that we close 'true beginner questions' as off-topic on this site. Where do we draw the line? For example, should this question be closed (I've voted to close it as off-topic, ...
We had some original thoughts here: Why Database Administrators? but that seems to read more of a "why is this site named this way" and not so much of a "we need this name". So I'm making this thread ...
It's getting close to that time. The 7 Essential Meta Questions of Every Beta Quoting: 5) What should our logo and site design look like? This one is pretty straightforward. Solicit ...
Please let me know your thoughts on arranging an exclusive chat session for dbas (dba.stackexchange.com users) to discuss site progress, faq page, tag-wikis and site promotion? EDIT: Chat Session ...
Here is a sample question. What is Clustered Index? I think this should be a community wiki question, because PO not pointing any particular issues, just want explanation! I'm not sure to make it ...
I'm a developer with DBA experience. Sometimes I have questions about indexing, sometimes SQL and sometimes how a C# applications interacts with the database. Where is the line drawn between what ...
When I first committed to DBA, it was generically named as "Databases". Now that we have the private beta up and running - what questions are allowed in here ? The site name indicates that the ...
I thought about asking a question regarding triggers in MS Access but wasn't sure if that belonged here or not.