Something for the Weekend – SQL Server Links 19/10/12

It’s SFTW Time, I hope you’ve had a great week!

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Welcome to you SFTW regulars, in a break from the norm I will be providing this weeks roundup of SQL Server goodness in John’s absence. First off allow me to introduce myself my name is Chris McGowan I hail from Manchester here in the not so sunny UK and have been a database administrator for the last 6 years.  I choose SQL Server as the focus for my career with the intention of specializing in one product rather than being a “Jack of all trades” after earning my crust as a Windows Server engineer. Oh how blind I was at the time, I had know idea just how big a product SQL Server actually was and it only continues to grow with each release! :)  I blog not nearly enough as I would like to and you can also find me on twitter.

On a final note I would like to thank John for giving me the opportunity to be involved in his great feature and hope that you enjoy the content herein.

So in true SFTW fashion…

Here’s your weekly roundup of SQL Server Blog Posts, News and Techie Stuff. Enjoy!

SQL Server Links

UK SQL Server Upcoming Events

Use the SQL Server Event Calendar to keep informed of all upcoming SQL Server events, User Groups, and training opportunities here in the UK. You can also add this calendar alongside you existing Google calendar.

Misc Technology Posts

What was your favourite post? Read a blog this week that you think deserves a mention? Share your thoughts in the comments and find me on Twitter(@SQLBrit).

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Have a great weekend!

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    The SQL UK event calendar is awesome, didn’t even realize there were that many community events up here in Scotland!

    thanks for collating all that data John.