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24 Hours of PASS Deck and Demo's Live!

Hello Dear Reader!  Another very quick blog.  Thank you to all of the people that tuned in to see me present on SQL Data Internals for the 24 Hours of PASS tonight.  I truly appreciate you spending your hard earned time with me.

My Deck and demo's are now live on the resources page.  I've added a list of all the presentation's that I used as references.  Any Scripts not in the deck you can find at the following links.

Click Here for the Slide Deck and Click Here for the Demos.  Now the links to all the other material.

Paul Randal MCM Video Series Data Structureshttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sqlserver/gg313756.aspx

Bradley Ball SQL Internals Reading Data Records Part 1: Tag Bytes http://bidn.com/blogs/SQLBalls/ssas/2776/sql-internals-reading-data-records-part-1-tag-bytes

Bradley Ball SQL Internals Reading Data Records Part 2: Null Bitmap Offset http://bidn.com/blogs/SQLBalls/ssas/2781/sql-internals-reading-data-records-part-2-null-bitmap-offset

Bradley Ball SQL Internals Reading Data Records Part 3: Fixed Length Columns http://bidn.com/blogs/SQLBalls/ssas/2785/sql-internals-reading-data-records-part-3-fixed-length-columns

Bradley Ball SQL Internals Reading Data Records Part 4: Null Bitmap http://bidn.com/blogs/SQLBalls/ssas/2789/sql-internals-reading-data-records-part-4-null-bitmap

Bradley Ball SQL Internals Reading Data Records Part 5: Variable Offset Array http://bidn.com/blogs/SQLBalls/ssas/2791/sql-internals-reading-data-records-part-5-variable-offset-array

Bradley Ball Differences in the Null Bitmap between SQL 2005 and SQL 2012 http://www.sqlballs.com/2012/07/differences-in-null-bitmap-between-sql.html

Bradley Ball SQL Internals Reading Data Records Part 6: Variable Length Data http://www.sqlballs.com/2012/07/sql-internals-reading-data-records-part.html

As always Thanks for stopping by!




Bradley Ball is a MCITP SQL 2005 & MCTS 2008 DBA with over 10 years of IT experience. Bradley spent 8 years working as a Defense contractor for clients such as the U.S. Army and The Executive Office of the President of the United States. He is currently a Sr. Consultant for Pragmatic Works. He has presented at SQL Saturdays 62, 74, 79, 85, 86, 131, for the MAGICPASS & OPASS SSUG’s, SQL Rally 2011 & 2012, SQL Dev Connections 2012, the PASS Summit in 2011, and is scheduled for the PASS Summit 2012 and SQL Live 360 later this year. He recently finished Chapter 14 of Expert SQL Server Practices on Page & Row Compression and can be found blogging on http://www.sqlballs.com.


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