In the last eight years, SQLServerCentral has been bringing you a variety of tools to help you work with SQL Server. We produce regular articles, have great discussions about how to solve problems, and bring you a question every day to help quiz you on some aspect of SQL Server. And then there are these editorials, which I think are a variety of interesting, thought-provoking, annoying, uninteresting, humorous, and hopefully relevant thoughts on the database world.
However we haven't grown that formula a lot over the years. I have added podcasts, we've done a little video work, and there have been a few other experiments, but I thought that perhaps I ought to ask those of you out there that use the site for ideas. So for this Friday's poll:
What would you like to see more of at SQLServerCentral?
Are there areas that you think we should focus on? New topics that we aren't covering? More basic or advanced content? New methods of delivery? More video? Interactive testing? More podcasts or webinars?
I've been toying with the idea of doing more live content, something more like a radio or TV show for a few hours a week, but would you find that useful? Would you like a live news broadcast/commentary show on database news? Or is there something else, maybe even more basic stuff that you would find valuable.
Drop a note in the discussion for this editorial, and feel free to vote with your own comment on other suggestions that you think are worth pursuing.
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