Good Lunch

From: Mike Harrison 
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Good Lunch, although James got very distracted by the scenery
and is still recovering from a wild weekend it seems.

and I learned about Redis: redis.io  and that Wil has built his own rules 
engine.


=============================================================== From: Aaron welch ------------------------------------------------------ Sorry I missed it... Damn TV interviews :+/ -AW

=============================================================== From: Ed King ------------------------------------------------------ I would have been there but we performed a major server upgrade and softwar= e rollout this weekend (it went pretty smoothly, btw) so I went downtown to= remove our servers from "the pot" and put them into "the frying pan" lol= =0A=0A...Mike's old frying pan=0A=0A=0A=0A=0A

=============================================================== From: James Nylen ------------------------------------------------------ I try to get at least a few IUs of Vitamin D per day, if I can. Topics reviewed include why it is that database engines seem to perform better when I explicitly specify temporary tables. Your thoughts? software rollout this weekend (it went pretty smoothly, btw) so I went downtown to remove our servers from "the pot" and put them into "the frying pan" lol

=============================================================== From: John Aldrich ------------------------------------------------------ Sorry... I would've been there, but I was at work in Dalton. :) By the time I got up there, I'd have been late getting back from lunch. ;)

=============================================================== From: "hellinabucket@gmail.com" ------------------------------------------------------ As far as temp tables its really a factor of database design, query complexity amd database engine, from my experience. .... Thanks, Rob