Back in January I posted the results of the cluster key size survey I ran in 2011 and explained how the larger the cluster key
Back in November I kicked off a survey that had you run some code to get some details about your cluster keys, nonclustered indexes, and
Last week I presented for the PASS Virtual Chapter on Professional Development about Communication Skills and the whole thing was recorded via LiveMeeting. It's 70
Every so often I do non-SQL blog posts about things and one of the topics that comes up again and again is communication skills. The
It's the end of the financial year for most companies and we've had two companies in the last week approach us about pre-paying for 2012
We’re continuing to add to our 2012 class roster (see the Tampa classes in February/March) and we’re coming back to Chicago by popular demand in Spring
Continuing with my "index health" series, I've got another piece of code for you to run. This time I'm interested in the number of columns
Back at the start of August I kicked off a survey (see here) that gave you some code to run to produce an aggregate list of
We’ve started to confirm our 2012 classes, and we’re coming to the south-east of the US by popular demand in Spring 2012! We’re teaching three 5-day classes
I bet you'd love the answer to be "SQLskills.com"? Well now it can be. Over the last few months some of our clients for whom
We're teaching on-site with a financial client in New York for two weeks and in a session this morning on log file architecture I was
The September SQL Server Magazine articles are now available on the web and include my latest feature article on Using Database Repair for Disaster Recovery.
This question came up on the #sqlhelp tag on Twitter today, and it's something I'm interested in too: what percentage of SQL Server environments include
There are several reasons why I’ve drastically cut back on the amount of time I spend in the various online SQL Server forums, including: People
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