Good reads from around the Web.
Shhhhhhh, keep it down you lot. I’m sneaking the SFTW round-up out a day early folks because I intend to skive-off tomorrow.
Here’s your weekly roundup of SQL Server Blog Posts, News and Technology Stuff. Enjoy….
From the SQL Server blogs
- You’re Doing it Wrong – Database Standards – Thomas Larock (Blog|Twitter)
- SQL 2014: TEMPDB Hidden Performance Gem – CSS SQL Server Engineers (Blog)
- I Am Better Than You – Grant Fritchey (Blog|Twitter)
- Maximum IOPS 10K or 15K Hard Drives not 170! – Tony Rogerson (Blog|Twitter)
- New Performance Tuning Whitepaper – Jonathan Kehayias (Blog|Twitter)
- Developer’s Guide to Understanding DBAs [Video] – Doug Lane(Blog|Twitter)
- TIL: Broken Log Chains – Mike Fal (Blog|Twitter)
- Yes, you can install SQL Server 2014 Books Online locally – Aaron Bertrand (Blog|Twitter)
- SQL Server Diagnostic Information Queries for April 2014 – Glenn Berry (Blog|Twitter)
- What the Execution Plan Doesn’t Tell You [Video] – Jes Borland (Blog|Twitter
- Cardinality Estimation for Disjunctive Predicates SQL 2014 – Paul White (Blog|Twitter)
- Implementing the Recycle Bin Pattern In SQL – Michael J. Swart (Blog|Twitter)
- SQL Server bitmap operators, bitmasks and bit arrays – Tony Rogerson (Blog|Twitter)
- Locking in SQL Server – Concurrency model in Hekaton – Dmitri Korotkevitch (Blog)
Other Stuff Worth Reading
- Open Source is a thankless job. We do it anyway – Scott Hanselman
- NYPD Twitter campaign ‘backfires’ after hashtag hijacked – BBC News Technology
- Enterprise storage will die just like tape did, say chaps with graphs – TheRegister