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It’s been one of those weeks and I’m currently up to my neck with a big migration project so the short of long is that this week it’s going to be less chat but of course, same great links.
Here’s your weekly roundup of SQL Server Blog Posts, News and Techie Stuff. Enjoy!
SQL Server Links
- Performance Problems with SQL Server 2012 Enterprise Edition Under CAL Licensing – Jonathan Kehayias (Blog|Twitter)
- How to Set SQL Server Max Memory for VMware – Brent Ozar (Blog|Twitter)
- LESSONS LEARNED FROM AN EXPLODING STRIP CLUB – Thomas Larock (Blog|Twitter)
- Make life easier on yourself, get a baseline! – Paul Randal (Blog|Twitter)
- How come the Hourglass? Why database applications slow down – Feodor Georgiev (Blog|Twitter)
- SQL Server Management Studio: More than Meets the Eye – Jes Borland (Blog|Twitter)
- SQL Server Join Syntax: It’s Changed! – Mike Walsh (Blog|Twitter)
- How To Download Free Sessions From PASS – Kevin Kline(Blog|Twitter)
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Misc Technology Posts
- Why More People Should Be Working From Home – Denny Cherry (Blog|Twitter)
- Ten badass brainy computers from science fiction – BBC News Technology
- Global warming still stalled since 1998, WMO Doha figures show – TheRegister
- Hotel burglars suspected of exploiting lock security bug – BBC News Technology
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Have a great weekend!