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Choosing an Edition of SQL Server 2000

Whether you are a developer, IT professional, or a database administrator, whether you are just developing and testing or are ready to deploy in production, there is a SQL Server 2000 edition for you and your organization. This paper will inform you about the differences among the various editions of SQL Server 2000, and how you can save time and money by choosing the right one for the job.

2002-04-24

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SQL Server 2000 Table Hints

As you advance in your skills as a Transact-SQL developer or SQL Server database administrator there will come a time when you need to override SQL Server's locking scheme and force a particular range of locks on a table. This article by Randy Dyess shows you how to optimize your queries using table hints.

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2002-04-15

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DBA Certification – Is It for You?

"Certification mania" has hit IT, big-time. Many employers look for certification in potential employees and especially in IT contractors. If you're a data administrator or DBA, you have to consider: could DBA certification enhance my career? Would it deepen my knowledge and increase my value to my company?

2002-04-12

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