Author Archives: Kathi Kellenberger

About Kathi Kellenberger

I am a SQL Server professional working for Linchpin People. I love talking about SQL Server to anyone who will listen, just ask my two year old granddaughter. I love to write and teach. I am so humbled and honored to say that I made SQL Server MVP in 2013.

Why I Hate GUIDs

Using a GUID as a primary key and or clustering key in SQL Server database tables is a subject for religious debate. Sure, they are unique, but they are also wide which makes your nonclustered indexes bigger as well. Some … Continue reading

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What is a Microsoft MVP?

I was recently interviewed by Carlos Chacon (@CarlosLChacon) and Steve Stedman (@SQLEmt) for their SQL Data Partners podcast. I had chatted with Carlos at PASS Summit a couple of years back, and we finally got around to doing an interview about … Continue reading

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Data Types in SSRS Mobile Reports Category Charts

There are several chart types found in traditional paginated SSRS reports. The charts have many properties, but these are configured the same from chart type to chart type. SSRS Mobile report charts are very different. Each chart has a specific … Continue reading

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