Of course, there is no magic formula for setting the camera, no matter what kind of photos you want to take. Neither is there any ultimate equipment for such jobs. This is also the case with the photography of weddings in churches. Motives and light conditions vary from shooting to shooting. Nevertheless, I usually move with my equipment in a certain setting range, or try to approach the location, motives and light from a certain value. Here I talk about equipment, camera settings and editing.
Sometimes, you have to import predefined data supplied as a list, such as personnel numbers, into a database and at the same time provide it with additional (default) values. Creating each statement manually would be very time-consuming, especially for large amounts of data. The function "concatenate" in Excel helps a lot.
Script to import data from a CSV file into an existing MS-SQL table via bulk operation. Creation of a temporary table, import, transfer to productive table. The assignment of the data to the correct keys takes place via an inner join.
With release 6.0 of Synology DSM there is a new backup-tool, called "Hyper Backup". It can be used to schedule backup-tasks to different cloud-targets. Especially when the first, initial-backup of one source is uploaded, this might take several days, depending on file size and upload rate. Too bad, if your connection resets during the upload due to ISP behavior or technical problems: The backup gets stuck. But there is a workaround for that case.