I’ve grown up reading Tom Clancy and probably most of you have at least seen Red October, so this book caught my eye when browsing used books for a recent trip. It’s a fairly human look at what’s involved in sailing on a Trident missile submarine…
Sometimes old stuff is just as cool as new stuff. Over the past few years, I’ve written a few things that are worth a revisit from time to time. In this post, you’ll find a list of previous year’s blog posts that came out in the past week. Maybe just one of them may make you as excited as our little stone statue friend here.
The posts for this past week in previous years are:
- Sometimes Failure Is An Option (12 Sep, 2012)
- Scripting Out Reports (13 Sep, 2007)
- Q&A From “5 Ways to Improve Performance through Indexing” (13 Sep, 2013)
- Is This Cluster Good Enough? (14 Sep, 2007)
- An Index on Indexing #TSQL2sDay (14 Sep, 2010)
- Index Black Ops Part 1 – Locks and Blocking (14 Sep, 2010)
- After Seven Years, Time for Something New (14 Sep, 2012)
- Index Black Ops Part 2 – Page IO Latch, Page Latch (16 Sep, 2010)
- Deadlock Resources (17 Sep, 2007)
- SQL Server 2008 Resources (18 Sep, 2007)
- Remove All Non-Numeric Characters From A String (18 Sep, 2008)
Do you have something from years gone by that was posted during this week? If so, leave a comment below and we’ll give some new life to good knowledge.
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