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Customers Don't Know What They Want

This article on the JoelonSoftware site discusses project management and customer expectations. It has a great discussion of why non-technical users place so much value on what they can see (the GUI) while developers place so much value in what can't be seen (yeah, the code!). It's actually more interesting than that, take a look!

2003-06-03

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Red Gate Web Site Usability Survey

Red Gate asked if we would run a link to a short survey they are working on. Should only take a couple minutes and no personal information is required. They've been an advertiser with us since almost the beginning so we're glad to pass this along to our readers.

2003-05-27

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SQLServerCentral Article

Test Your SQL Server Security Skills and Compete with your Friends!

Test to see how much you know about SQL Server security. If you're one of the members to pass the test (72% score or higher), you're entered into a contest to win a copy of AppDetective and one year's worth of support (over $1500 value)! You can only take the test question test once and it is not timed. After the test, you'll be given the answers and why one answer is more correct than another. Questions are randomly chosen from a pool.

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2003-05-22

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Technical Article

SQL Stripes 0.50 Build 180 Released

SQL Stripes is an application that helps you - the SQL Server DBA, to have complete control over your servers. From the high-level of monitoring essential components to the low-level of analyzing your various databases. SQL Stripes is an intuitive and easy to use application and is intended for SQL Server DBA who want to have an easier life. SQL Stripes is completely free! (Announcement, not reviewed)

2003-05-20

461 reads

SQLServerCentral Article

Webcast: 0 to Cluster in 60 Minutes-Clustering Windows and SQL Server

In this session we’ll rapidly discuss the MSCS clustering architecture and deploying the system into your environment. We’ll then jump into a demo where we actually cluster a Windows and SQL Server system in under 60 minutes. We’ll discuss the administration tools and best practices on clustering and walk you through completing a cluster and fixing problems along the way. After this session, you should have just enough information to build you own SQL Server that is highly available.

2003-05-13

888 reads

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