New course: Upgrading and Migrating to SQL Server 2016

We’ve just published a new Pluralsight course! This is Glenn’s latest course – SQL Server: Upgrading and Migrating to SQL Server 2016 – and is just over two hours long. It’s a must for anyone working on a production upgrade/migration. The modules are: Introduction Upgrade Planning Upgrade Testing Migration Planning Migration Testing Production Migration Check it out here. We […]

SQLskills SQL101: Why DBCC CHECKDB can miss memory corruption

As Kimberly blogged about earlier this year, SQLskills has an ongoing initiative to blog about basic topics, which we’re calling SQL101. We’re all blogging about things that we often see done incorrectly, technologies used the wrong way, or where there are many misunderstandings that lead to serious problems. If you want to find all of our SQLskills SQL101 blog posts, check out An […]

SQLintersection Fall 2017

As we head towards our 10th SQLintersection in October, I’m excited to say that it’s once again our most diverse, complete, and information-packed show yet! One of the pieces of feedback we hear over and over is that attendees love SQLintersection because it’s a smaller, laid-back show, where you get to actually spend time talking […]

Calling all user group leaders! We want to present for you again in 2017!

So far this year, we at SQLskills have presented remotely (and a few in-person) to 61 user groups and PASS virtual chapters around the world, and we have 13 more scheduled! Now we’re into the second half of 2017, we’d like to schedule some more presentations through the rest of the year. We’d love to present […]

New class added to October lineup: IEPS on PowerShell

Due to popular demand, we’ve added another class this October (9th-11th) in Chicago: Immersion Event on PowerShell for SQL Server DBAs. We debuted this class in May in Chicago and it was very popular! Note: the US$2,195 early-bird price expires on August 4th! It’s a 3-day class, taught by MVP, MCM, and industry expert Ben Miller, and […]