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Note: I'm writing this as part of the "Best Thing I Learned At PASS" contest. Why? Because if I win it's worth a free registration or hotel stay for the 2009 Summit, and I like free! Let me start by making a small confession: I've never actually ...
As you no doubt already know, there is a ridiculously large amount of SQL Server Information available out there on the internet. Whether you’re browsing forums, web sites or blogs, knowing what the best sources of SQL Server information are and more importantly which one’s you can trust, can be ...
I received an e-mail from Microsoft today presenting me with the 2009 Microsoft MVP Award for the work I’ve done with SQL Server. I thrilled beyond believe to have this honor. I think this means I should buy myself a new jet ski… is three of them really enough ...
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