Good reads from around the Web.
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Here’s your weekly roundup of SQL Server Blog Posts, News and Technology Stuff. Enjoy….
From the SQL Server blogs
- Why I hate the ring_buffer target in Extended Events – Jonathan Kehayias (Blog|Twitter)
- Add Nonclustered Indexes to Clustered Columnstore Indexes – Brent Ozar (Blog|Twitter)
- Illusion of Updateable Clustered ColumnStore Indexes – Klaus Aschenbrenner (Blog|Twitter)
- How to Do Some Very Basic SQL Server Monitoring – Glenn Berry (Blog|Twitter)
- The Parallax View of Your Career – Thomas Larock (Blog|Twitter)
- SQL Server Application Role – Chris Shaw(Blog|Twitter)
- The Data Science Laboratory Series is Complete – Buck Woody (Blog|Twitter)
- When Is Alter Table Just a Meta Data Change – Russ Thomas(Blog|Twitter)
- Quick Tip: Migrating a SQL Server Mirroring Witness server – Matt Bowler (Blog)
- Don’t Fear the Execution Plan! [Video] – Jes Borland (Blog|Twitter)
SQL Community Conversations
What your SQL community peers are talking about this week. Join the conversation..
- Interviews as a hiring manager – What’s it like to sit on the other side of the interview table?
- Should I mention my Blog on my CV – Yes. Probably. You know it really depends.
- ColumnStore Indexes – They worked for this community member. They can work for you too!
- There’s Just Never Enough Time – Talking tips on time management and productivity.
Other Stuff Worth Reading
- Email Inbox Management Tips – Fizzle
- Please Read The Comments – Coding Horror
- Will Microsoft Read Your Azure-Hoted Data Too – Brent Ozar
- Microsoft unveils iPad Office suite – BBC News Technology
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