Archives: March 2012
A while back I invited the unpublished masses to submit abstracts for a new-author-written SQL book – called Tribal SQL – and the people spoke. The chosen ones are now feverishly writing their first drafts, as the rough deadline for first drafts approaches.
This entire proceeding is new, interesting, fun,… Read more
How do you balance mixing family, friends, peers, and co-workers on Facebook?
Frankly, I simply don’t use Facebook much; I’m a Twitter being. My personal Twitter account posts to… Read more
Updated with links to no-login goodness. Updated again with IE rage.
This week, Microsoft announced the SQL Server 2012 release to market (RTM), and a Virtual Launch event. Much like a movie premiere, an event like this is meant to really jazz up SQL customers (and potential customers) about the… Read more
Originally published March 6, now with Post-launch updates.
Just a quick note for you today: Microsoft announced that SQL Server 2012 (previously codenamed “Denali”) has released to manufacturing. pGo download the evaluation and play around with it on a test environment*, and impress your boss, friends, and children with… Read more
Edit: The group I’m speaking to is the Content Team, not the Books Online (BOL) team!
Edit: Updated with FAQs and clarifications.
I’m at the Microsoft MVP Summit in Bellevue, WA this week. Today I’m talking to the SQL Server Content team – one of my very favorite… Read more