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Plagiarism

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April 12, 2010  9:00 AM

Man, I really hope this is my last post about plagiarism.



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Plagiarism, Sean McCown, SQL Server 2008, Twitter

So there have been a lot of talk recently about plagiarism in our little corner of the Internet.   If you haven't read up on it you can read up here,

April 5, 2010  12:00 PM

Events, events, events. When the hell am I suposed to get work done?



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Back To Basics, In Person Events, Plagiarism, Sean McCown, SQL Server, SSWUG

This week I've got a few speaking events to let everyone know about. On Tuesday April 6th, at 6pm I'll be speaking to the LA C# User Group.  The meeting is held at the Manhattan Beach Library at 1320 Highland Ave in Manhattan Beach, CA 90266.  The group...


March 23, 2010  9:44 PM

Plagiarism, Inspiration, and John Dunleavy (Madder and More Pissed Off)



Posted by: Denny Cherry
John Dunleavy, Plagiarism, Twitter

So until just a few minutes ago the problem that everyone had with the blog written by John Dunleavy, who is the owner of SQLTech Consulting, was that he was taking the first part of whitepapers and posting them, with links to the original work, which...


March 23, 2010  6:44 AM

Plagiarism, Inspiration, and John Dunleavy



Posted by: Denny Cherry
John Dunleavy, Plagiarism, Twitter

So tonight there was a rather length discussion about the blog published by John Dunleavy who is the owner of SQLTech Consulting out in Philadelphia. Today's conversation all started when I pointed out...


January 15, 2010  2:03 AM

Today’s plagiarism incident…



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Allen Kinsel, Brent Ozar, DCMA, Paul Randal, Plagiarism, SearchSQLServer.com, SQLServerPedia.com, Todd McDermid, Twitter

If you are on Twitter and you follow some of the more popular people on twitter (BrentO, PaulRandal, SQLInsaneo, myself, etc)...


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