SQL Server Samples on CodePlex

, 2007-04-06

Like many other SQL Server focus area, SQL Server Samples has its own blog. A recent post there indicates that they are moving to release their code samples at CodePlex. I first heard of CodePlex by listening to the podcast Plumbers @ Work, which is a podcast by 4 Canadian IT guys. It's funny but informative and worth the hour of so per podcast episode. If you're looking for SQL Server 2005 samples, look no further than:

  http://codeplex.com/SqlServerSamples

If you aren't familiar with CodePlex, it's intended as an open source code repository hosted by Microsoft, similar to SourceForge and Google Code. If you're interested in finding out more about CodePlex, check out the FAQ.

Technorati Tags: |

|

|

|

|

Rate

Share

Share

Rate

Related content

Database Mirroring FAQ: Can a 2008 SQL instance be used as the witness for a 2005 database mirroring setup?

Question: Can a 2008 SQL instance be used as the witness for a 2005 database mirroring setup? This question was sent to me via email. My reply follows. Can a 2008 SQL instance be used as the witness for a 2005 database mirroring setup? Databases to be mirrored are currently running on 2005 SQL instances but will be upgraded to 2008 SQL in the near future.

2009-02-23

1,567 reads

Networking - Part 4

You may want to read Part 1 , Part 2 , and Part 3 before continuing. This time around I'd like to talk about social networking. We'll start with social networking. Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter are all good examples of using technology to let...

2009-02-17

1,530 reads

Speaking at Community Events - More Thoughts

Last week I posted Speaking at Community Events - Time to Raise the Bar?, a first cut at talking about to what degree we should require experience for speakers at events like SQLSaturday as well as when it might be appropriate to add additional focus/limitations on the presentations that are accepted. I've got a few more thoughts on the topic this week, and I look forward to your comments.

2009-02-13

360 reads