We've got a junior level web developer.
Who's been tasked with getting a web site up in running.
In Visual Studio .net.
And I heard that he's been struggling.
So I offered to assist.
So I went upstairs and asked what he was doing.
Turns out he was trying to connect to SQL-Server via .net.
And I reviewed his code.
And added sufficient privileges to SQL-Server user id.
So now he could see the database from VS.
I modified his connection string.
Ran the web, sure enough he was connected.
So I asked IT if they could load SQL-Server locally so he wouldn't have to log into VM to access the DB.
And my boss asked me to mentor the guy
So I agreed.
Funny thing, he calls me "Sir".
And so it goes!
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