Archives: April 2009
Thank you, Lynn, for your previous post. I have reinforced in my first blog posting on SSC about certification as a good method to keep up with technology. Instead of commenting directly to your post, I’m elaborating here below.
Absolutely, as you’ve said, share(!), it's the best way… Read more
Hopefully, by the time we have our annual family vacation in May, the Cherry Blossoms will be out – until then I’ll just dig into some very, very heavily updated Indexes that are causing Quest’s Spotlight, at my latest contract with Transcontinental, to flash warnings for excessive disk… Read more
As some of you may have read already, Andy Warren‘s series on LinkedIn (part 1, 2, 3) and networking has sparked my interest by first listing down what I would like to share about this brilliant business networking utility. And then proceeding to read his –… Read more
Yesterday, I drove the Smart down to Burlington/Colchester, Vermont to meet up with MVP Roman Rehak and speak to the local user group about SQL Server Row, Page and VarDecimal compression, originally touched during this post.
I had much more performance gains… Read more
As promised back in December ‘08, after having spoken briefly at SQL teach here in Montreal thanks to MVP Paul Neilsen (SQLserverBible.com), here is an introduction to one of our favorite new Management Studio Enhancements: Activity Monitor. To use AM, right click on a SQL Server… Read more