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We had the fourth meeting of CBusPASS on April 9th. There were seven people in attendance, including myself. In hindsight, we probably should have delayed the meeting for a week with the holiday weekend. That being said, we had a great meeting. The topic was general tips, tricks, and techniques ...
If you were waiting for Service Pack 1 to begin your discussions on upgrading to SQL Server 2008, you are too late. SQL Server 2008 Service Pack 1 has been released. I don’t necessarily agree with that perspective of waiting for Service Pack 1 but for those that take ...
My first book is finally in print. OK. I know. It sounds funny. But my first book was printed in only a limited print run from Red Gate, most of which they gave away at Tech Ed last year. Then they offered it for free in an electronic form. Very ...
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