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I'm in the middle of an all-nighter for a SAN Migration. Lots of down time, here's what I found worth reading: The unspoken truth about managing geeks. Understanding Service Level Agreements for Database Development. Is SQL Server's latest security hole a real threat? Very interesting syntax of ...
I recently read this very interesting white paper. I really found it very interesting as this one was one very easy to read and humourous white paper related to SQL Server. The white paper is starts with very interesting note regarding Columbus. Contrary to popular opinion, Columbus did not prove ...
In a prior post,http://jahaines.blogspot.com/2009/09/output-clause-great-alternative-to.html , I described a great alternative to scope identity, which is the Output clause, http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms177564.aspx. In this post I will describe how to use the Output clause in a manner other than ...
Editor’s Note: This is a companion piece to the podcast (link here) that Tom @SQLRockstar LaRock and I produced recently about options for escaping the hotel room blues while at the up-coming PASS Summit in Seattle this November. Dear readers. Friends don’t let friends build Access databases and ...
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