It’s SFTW Time, I hope you’ve had a great week!
Here’s your weekly roundup of SQL Server Blog Posts, News and Technology Stuff. Enjoy….
SQL Server Links
- Geoflow? Is that it, Microsoft? – Jamie Thomson(Blog|Twitter)
- How expensive are column-side Implicit Conversions? – Jonathan Kehayias (Blog|Twitter)
- How Much Cache Do You Have? – Jeremiah Peschka (Blog|Twitter)
- Easy automation of SQL Server database maintenance – Paul Randal (Blog|Twitter)
- The Sch-M lock is Evil – Michael J. Swart (Blog|Twitter)
- Server Inventories – Mike Fal (Blog|Twitter)
- Microsoft Let new SQL Server version name slip? – Richard Douglas (Blog|Twitter)
- Cloud Alternatives to Microsoft SQL Server – Brent Ozar (Blog|Twitter)
- Creating a Windows Azure Virtual Machine – the RIGHT Way – Buck Woody (Blog|Twitter)
- Estimating Data Compression Savings in SQL Server 2012 – Glenn Berry (Blog|Twitter)
- Parsing Glenn Berry’s Diagnostic Information Queries With PowerShell – Wes Brown (Blog|Twitter)
Misc. Technology Posts
- The Art of the One-Pager – Phil Factor
- Super-powered battery breakthrough claimed by US team – BBC News Technology
- Performance Tuning Your WordPress Blog – Steve Karam
- Twitter launches #Music service – BBC News Technology
- Game designer spills beans on chubby-fancying chap with his stolen Mac – TheRegister
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