Pulse » Recent Items from 6/27/2009
Pulse has a simple goal: to give you a quick view of what's happening in the SQL Server community.
Finding interesting content on Pulse is easy – you can drill down to a specific time period (by clicking on the bars of the chart), toggle different types of content on and off, and sort the results by popularity or recency.
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I really hate to have to do this, but there have been a couple cases recently that have indicated the necessity of making things explicit. All of the entries on this blog are copyright by Gail Shaw. The full content of any post may not be published elsewhere without prior ...
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