Good reads from around the Web.
It’s a Public holiday both here in Great Britain and the US this weekend. No doubt many of you are already enjoying things, having taken Friday out of the office too. Well played. Just be sure to change those Ebay passwords….
Here’s your weekly roundup of SQL Server Blog Posts, News and Technology Stuff. Enjoy….
From the SQL Server blogs
- Enabling the New Cardinality Estimator in SQL Server 2014 – Michael J. Swart (Blog|Twitter)
- Most common wait stats over 24 hours and changes since 2010 – Paul Randal (Blog|Twitter)
- How Much Memory Does SQL Server Need? – Jeremiah Peschka (Blog|Twitter)
- Two things you probably shouldn’t say in an interview – Richard Douglas (Blog|Twitter)
- Technical Interviews – How to Thrive – Steve Hood (Blog|Twitter)
- Capping CPU using Resource Governor – CSS SQL Server Engineers (Blog)
- How to Tell if You Need More Tempdb Files – Kendra Little (Blog|Twitter)
- Critical Decisions During A Crisis – Chris Shaw(Blog|Twitter)
- Statistics with Ascending Key Column Values – Klaus Aschenbrenner (Blog|Twitter)
- Backups, Restores, Corruption, and You: How Strong are You? – Jes Borland (Blog|Twitter)
Other Stuff Worth Reading
- Blogging is Like Throwing an Open House Party – Kendra Little
- The Infinite Space Between Words – Coding Horror
- Overconfidence Can Give You A Competitive Edge at Work – Big Think
- Ebay urges users to reset passwords after cyberattack – The Guardian
If you have an idea for the weekly links post, general feedback or just want fancy a chat then get in touch. Thanks for reading and have a great weekend.
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