I hope you’ve had a great week!
Here’s your weekly roundup of SQL Server Blog Posts, News and Techie Stuff. Enjoy!
SQL Server Links
- Do you do BI? You’re on trial every day – Just how important is the data you manage? Very of course. Simon Sabin (Blog|Twitter) discusses in light of recent events.
- SQL Server and VMware: A Potentially Fatal Combination? That’s Nonsense! – Dispelling misconceptions and myths it’s Jonathan Kehayias (Blog|Twitter).
- Flip Side of the JOIN – Back into blogging action this week is Brad Schulz (Blog) discussing this weeks T-SQL Tuesday theme.
- Guessing the SQL Server Denali Release Date – Just when will we be able to get our mitts on the official release of SQL Server Denail. Brent Ozar (Blog|Twitter) with his predictions.
- SQL Server Transaction Replication Bounded Update – More advanced Replication know how courtesy of the Microsoft SQL Server Replication Support Team(Blog).
- October Question: What one thing do you feel has the greatest impact on SQL Server’s performance? – Share your thoughts on the matter in the latest community question from Brad McGehee (Blog|Twitter). As always be sure to check out the comments as there’s often some good stuff lurking down there.
- Joins without JOIN – More query insights here from Rob Farley (Blog|Twitter).
- Just in time for PASS – Troubleshooting SQL Server: A Guide for the Accidental DBA – Here’s one you will definitely want to add to your Christmas list. Congratulations go to Jonathan Kehayias (Blog|Twitter). I can’t wait to read it!
UK SQL Server Upcoming Events
- SOUTHAMPTON – Wed 9 Nov -Allan Mitchell and James Rowland-Jones taking over the evening.
- LEEDS – Wed 23 Nov – Provisional date.
Misc Technology Posts
That’s it for this week. If you’ve read a post this week that you think deserves a mention be sure to let me and other readers know by using comments section below. You can also reach me on email and find me on Twitter(@JohnSansom).
Have a great weekend!
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