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Chris's SQL Blog

SQL Server Consultant with extensive experience in the financial, health and retail sectors. Strong in all areas of SQL Server and specialise in Security but really get my kicks from System Optimisation and Performance Tuning. Being a DBA is a thankless task at times but sadly I do enjoy it. Organiser of the SQLNorthEast Usergroup (@SQLNE) and the Newcastle leg of SQLRelay (www.sqlrelay.co.uk) as well as trying to help out others where I can via social network (follow me @SQLGeordie)

Archives: April 2012

Querying Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Beta exam (70-461 / 71-461) – My Thoughts

Well I’ve now done the final SQL Server 2012 exam I managed to get a slot booked for. The Querying Microsoft SQL Server 2012 exam wasn’t going to be my strongest subject as I’m more of a DBA than Developer but i felt it went quite well.
The exam consisted… Read more

6 comments, 2,566 reads

Posted in Chris's SQL Blog on 13 April 2012

Designing Database Solutions for Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Beta exam (70-465 / 71-465) – My Thoughts

After sitting the Administering Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Databases Beta exam (71-462) on Monday, I was still a little disappointed with Microsofts approach to questioning for these exams. So I went into this exam with pretty much the same mindset that the questions were going to be vague and in… Read more

0 comments, 931 reads

Posted in Chris's SQL Blog on 6 April 2012

Administering Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Databases Beta (70-462 / 71-462) – My Thoughts…

On Monday I did my first Microsoft SQL Server exam since I did my SQL Server 2000 exams many moons ago and I can’t believe the quality of questioning hasn’t changed one bit! Don’t get me wrong, it wasn’t all plain sailing but for me, what made it difficult was… Read more

3 comments, 1,038 reads

Posted in Chris's SQL Blog on 4 April 2012