Posts Categorized: SQL Server
he 95th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs, has been published by Mark Schoonover on his Mark’s IT Blog.
Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs, welcomes back for his record-tying (Sheeri, are you reading?) third edition Ronald Bradford of Opinions, Expertise, Passion.
Toronto SQLTeach conference is now only a few weeks away. This conference includes quite a few interesting SQL Server-related sessions, on topics ranging from best practices, to performance, to some of the new SQL Server 2008 features.
Welcome to the 93th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.
SQL Server 2005 brought some relief in the form of the Forced Parameterization database option, and SP2 took things one step further with better throttling of the cache… but it’s still not enough. We want a knob! The bad news: We’re not getting quite the knob I was hoping for. The good news: SQL Server 2008 will include an sp_configure option called “optimize for ad hoc workloads”
How creative are you with manipulating your queries to produce more efficient plans? Try the following puzzle and e-mail your solution to me at [
Welcome, readers, to the 92nd Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.
Welcome to the 91st edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.
After the interesting comment storm on Doug’s blog when he posted some of Tim Gorman’s comments on the value of data in his career experiences as compared to the value of the applications manipulating that data, I hesitate a little to post this. But, I can’t stop myself because it’s such an interesting insight! So here it is!
Welcome to the 90th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.