Seth Delconte

Seth Delconte is a SQL Server Developer. In addition to SQL Server database development and administration, he enjoys C#.NET and Linux development.

22 March 2018
22 March 2018

Recover Data in SQL Server AWS RDS with the Help of BACPAC

With Amazon RDS, it’s easy to have a SQL Server running in minutes. There are some limitations, though. Seth Delconte explains a workaround to overcome one of the limitations: the inability to restore a second copy of a database to recover missing data.… Read more
10 July 2012
10 July 2012

NULL-Friendly: Using Sparse Columns and Column Sets in SQL Server

Sparse columns and column sets in SQL Server 2012 provide a way of accomodating the less-structured data that has always proved to be tricky for the relational model. They can be used very effectively where the attributes are sparse for any given entity and very numerous across all entities. Seth Delconte shows how to use them.… Read more