Fundamentally Incomplete

I am not a true statement. Not only is this sentence rather paradoxical in meaning (if it’s false, it’s true; it it’s true, it’s false), but it is also self-referential. This is rather an odd thing for a sentence to … Continue reading

Intelligence part 1 – A definition

It seems the general opinion (especially of sci-fi writers and doomsday predictors) is that eventually computer programs will become complex enough to be intelligent. In reality, there is nothing intelligent about most computer programs. Nothing. Making the programs more complicated … Continue reading

Quick Sort

The quick sort partitions objects into two groups, one group of the objects with a value above a certain value, and another group with a value below.  Each of these groups is further divided, and this action continues recursively until … Continue reading

TSQL Index Mega-Query

This TSQL query returns a huge amount of useful information about indexes. You can see how much an index is used, how much space it is taking up, what columns are included, etc. It is a great first step towards … Continue reading