Here’s a question I got from someone who attended our database maintenance workshop at PASS last week (paraphrased): I attended your pre-conference session on database
While we were at PASS we hooked up with Eric Ostrowski from TechNet Radio to do an interview. Eric's compiled a bunch of interviews from
During the PASS Community Summit, Rick Heiges did an interview with Thomas Grohser, the Senior Database Engineer at the bwin Interactive Entertainment AG, the world's
As you may have noticed, I *really* like blogging and writing about SQL Server (to the point that Kimberly jokes in our sessions and workshops
This blog post explains the demo scripts and databases I've posted to cover all the Corruption Survival Techniques and DBCC CHECKDB sessions I've presented at
Wow – that was a bit of a wild ride! Another conference season is over and we're in the wind down to vacation time –
Here's another corruption bug that people are hitting on 2005 SP2 – something I didn't know about until today. The situation is this: a table
Today's post is based on a bunch of questions I've had around the various compression features in SQL Server 2008. Does turning on data compression
It's been a long time since the last Conference Questions Pot-Pourri – in fact it was at the last SQL Connections in Orlando in April.
(Posted with permission of the dev team) Here's an interesting bug that people are hitting. I found out about this while here in Barcelona at
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