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Save $200 by registering for a PASS Summit 2024 3-day ticket before July 16

PASS Data Community Summit 2024 is taking place in Seattle from November 4-8. With over 150 sessions and over 140 different speakers, this year's event promises something for everyone, with a broad variety of topics covered by a range of data industry experts.

If you're looking to connect, share and learn with the data community this year, make sure you register for PASS Summit before the next price bump and save $200 on a 3-day ticket. Beat the price bump by registering for your ticket before July 15, 23:59 PM PT.

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SQL Server 2022 Build List

This is a list of the builds for SQL Server 2022. There are other build lists available here. A list of all the builds that I can find and install on my Build VM. If you find a build not listed here, please let the webmaster know (webmaster at All builds are listed in reverse […]

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Redgate recommended in Bloor Test Data Management market update

Last year, Redgate announced the launch of their latest in test data management (TDM) technology – Redgate Test Data Manager. This year, they’re proud to have been recommended in Bloor’s 2024 Test Data Management Market Update! This paper highlights the increasing adoption of TDM technology among enterprise organizations and offers insight into the trends and approaches to look out for when looking for a TDM solution.


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