New course: Understanding and Using DBCC Commands

Erin’s new course is called SQL Server: Understanding and Using DBCC Commands and is just over 2.25 hours long. It covers all the documented DBCC commands and a few of the undocumented ones, plus Erin goes into details about how to use DMVs, when available, to provide more detailed information. The modules are: Introduction Basic Commands Informational Commands […]

Developer Edition and Pluralsight subscription for free, courtesy of Microsoft

No, this isn’t an April fools joke. Microsoft announced today at the Build conference that they’ve made SQL Server 2014 (and 2016 when it ships) Developer Edition completely free to download for anyone who’s a member of the free Visual Studio Dev Essentials community. The idea is to make it easier for developers to work […]

New course: Building Simple Asynchronous Applications

My first post of the year is about our first Pluralsight course of the year! Jonathan’s new course is called SQL Server: Building Simple Asynchronous Applications and is just over 1.5 hours long. It’s the first in a series of courses that Jonathan’s doing this year about using Service Broker, based on the extensive work he’s done with some […]