MSDN Webcast Q&A: A Primer to Proper SQL Server Development, Part 4 of 10

Effectively Designing a Scalable and Reliable Database A Primer to Proper SQL Server Development Indexing Best Practices, Part 4 of 10Presented by Kimberly L. Tripp, SQLskills.com For a list of the non-technical Resources related to this webcast, please review the following blog entry:MSDN Webcast Q&A for Resources: Indexing Best Practices, Part 4 of 10  Technical Questions […]

MSDN Webcast Q&A for Resources: Indexing Best Practices, Part 4 of 10

Effectively Designing a Scalable and Reliable Database A Primer to Proper SQL Server Development Indexing Best Practices, Part 4 of 10 Presented by Kimberly L. Tripp, SQLskills.com Q: Can I view a recording of this webcast? The webcast will be available for viewing within 24 hours. All “on-demand” webcasts can be found here. Q: Where […]

MSDN Webcast Q&A: A Primer to Proper SQL Server Development, Part 3 of 10

MSDN Webcast: A Primer to Proper SQL Server Development Designing Tables that Scale, Best Practices in Data Types and Initial Table Structures, Part 3 of 10 Presented by Kimberly L. Tripp, SQLskills.com Q: Can I view a recording of this webcast? Here’s the specific replay link. Q: Where can we get the demo scripts? The […]

Getting ready for Part 4, “Best Practices in Indexing” in the MSDN Webcast Series on Effectively Designing a Scalable and Reliable Database

Two days isn't enough time! In fact, that's really true. There are so many interesting (well, I think they're interesting) aspects to Indexing that we could in fact do a whole 10-part Series on Indexing and it's likely that we'd still have other things to look at and talk about. So, in preparation for part […]

Congratulations to Bob, Niels and Dan!

This text is STRAIGHT from SQL Server Magazine’s September 2005 Issue: Reader’s Choice Awards  A First Look at SQL Server 2005 for Developers by Bob Beauchemin, Niels Berglund, and Dan Sullivan claimed best-book honors in a highly competitive Readers’ Choice category. The book shows working developers how to take full advantage of SQL Server 2005′s […]

The Database Administrator’s Guide to the SQL Server Database Engine .NET Common Language Runtime Environment

OK, you’ve clicked through… Here’s the link: The Database Administrator’s Guide to the SQL Server Database Engine .NET Common Language Runtime Environment

MSDN Webcast Q&A: A Primer to Proper SQL Server Development, Part 2 of 10

MSDN Webcast Q&A: A Primer to Proper SQL Server Development Creating a Reliable and Automated Backup Strategy, Part 2 of 10 Presented by Kimberly L. Tripp, SQLskills.com Q: Can I view a recording of this webcast? Here’s the specific replay link. Q: Where can we get the demo scripts? The demo scripts are in this zip […]

MSDN Webcast Q&A: A Primer to Proper SQL Server Development, Part 1 of 10

MSDN Webcast Q&A: A Primer to Proper SQL Server Development Creating a Recoverable Database, Part 1 of 10 Presented by Kimberly L. Tripp, SQLskills.com Q: Can I view a recording of this webcast? Here’s the specific Replay Link: http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032278585&Culture=en-US Q: Where can we get the demo scripts? The demo scripts are in this zip (20050805 […]

MSDN Webcast Series to start tomorrow!

Wow, I've been horribly bad at blogging these days and I owe you a few entries as well… But, good news, I have a new MSDN Webcast series that will help to answer a lot of best practices in database design strategies that can help you achieve better scalability, availability and reliability. All of my […]

SQLskills welcomes Bob Beauchemin

Today, SQLskills proudly annouces an exciting addition to our company… Bob Beauchemin – a database developer and SQL Server 2005 expert in the developer space – joins SQLskills as the Director of Developer Skills. Bob brings a tremendous amount of expertise with him in having worked with computers since 1977 and a variety of databases […]