Author Archives: David Bauernschmidt

David Bauernschmidt

About David Bauernschmidt

I live in the historical triangle of Virginia where I am married with two daughters. I have spent over 13 years working for a Fortune 500 company in the computer area. I started in VB 6.0 and by the time I ended my employment I was supervising a development team where we built many web applications. When my first daughter was born I wanted to spend more time with her so I left and became a programmer analyst for local government as well as launch my own company. Since then I have grown James River Webs into a profitable web design and application company helping small businesses create a big presence on the internet. As an employee I have created web application used by citizens and other companies. I enjoy fly fishing, and spending time with my family. I also enjoy learning new approaches and development tools when it comes to developing applications.

Determine the Last Time a SQL Trigger was Used

In SQL 2008 and higher there is a new feature that can help audit triggers. By running the script below you can get some important information about triggers that are …

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Setting Up Data and Log Files For SQL Server

NOTE: As with all SQL Server ALTER DATABASE commands, I strongly suggest you back up your data before running these scripts. Among the many questions and options when setting up …

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The Use of < and > in Web Design

When it comes to programming, the less than (<) and greater than (>) seems to have about the same number of meanings as the word ‘break’. I’m not sure if …

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