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Ok, this might be my last post for this year, 2009. This is more of a note to myself than a blog post. Anyway, I want to document the issue that I have encountered and the solution that I have found through the help of Todd McDermid (Blog | Twitter) ...
OK everyone, great job against UDB the other night. It was a real team effort and it made me proud to see just how far we have come in a short amount of time. Our last game is tomorrow afternoon, making this our last practice for the semester. We have ...
I don't have any heavy in-depth T-SQL code or analysis today… Instead, let’s just sit back and take a quick break from the hectic holiday season…Sip some hot cocoa or cider…And have a little chuckle over a couple “Small World” incidents…The late 1990’s were ...
Welcome back, class. In Monday’s session, we discussed the basics of SQL Server storage – things like the data file, log file, and tempdb. We talked about why we might need to separate those things from each other in order to get more performance. In today’s lecture, I’ll ...
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