Pulse » Recent Items from 9/7/2009
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.
Discovered an informative blog post or a hilarious tweet? Tell the rest of the community about it by voting it up or down. Behind the scenes, our popularity algorithm will make sure it rises to the top of the list.
When a simple up-or-down vote isn't enough, voice your opinions in a comment. Or check out what others are saying about something you posted or tweeted.
Everytime I see a database with both AutoGrow and AutoShrink enabled I cringe. I don’t “snicker” cause I leave any and all snickering to when someone says the words ”Access Database”. See here if you’re confused. OK so why is having both AutoGrow and AutoShrink enabled on your ...
While working on some questions for a project I am working on, I ran into an issue with Report Manager today. I haven’t had the pleasure of running into this issue in a while and thought I would share the issue and the resolution because it affects both Windows ...
Okay database friends and neighbors, we’re trying out a new & different video format this week that we're calling DBAs @ Midnight! Sean and I record just us talking about whatever SQL-related topic we feel like, and so far we're getting pretty good feedback on our first effort. Check ...
Pulse is a section of SQLServerPedia that gives you a quick view of what's happening in the SQL Server community.