Blog » Entries from 11/9/2011
I've been at SQLRally Nordic this November, and I've had a fantastic experience. I hope that they will organise this event again! Here are some highlights:High quality sessions from a variety of speakers on various subjects, including a presence from the SQLCat team such as Alexei Khalyako ...
Unless you’ve worked in a vacuum the likelyhood is that you either are a third company or you have many third companies with you, possibly both. Some are really really good and you can learn a lot from talking to them and working things out together, others have staff ...
Oh my… Here it is Wednesday, and I’m a day late for T-SQL Tuesday #024, which is hosted this month by some joker named Brad Schulz. Hopefully he’ll understand and accept my late entry… If he doesn’t, then I’ll just have to make him understand.The ...
Dan English (B/T) sums up the recent updates best with his post here: MN SQL Saturday #99 Event Update Other good links from around the information superhighway are: The SQL Saturday #99 event home page Twitter hashtag #sqlsat99 The Guidebook App – SQLSaturday #99 – Minnesota 2011
On December 8th 2011 the Edmonton Chapter of PASS is having it’s next meeting. Details below: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2447251796 Please be sure to not only click the “Add to my calendar” but also the “Register” button so that we can plan accordingly for food and drinks ...
Welcome back to day 2 of Advanced Indexing. Today we’re going to look at a feature that was added in SQL Server 2008 – filtered indexes. In versions previous, indexes were always on the entire table. An index would always have the same number of rows as the table it ...
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