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Just a quick post to point out that Red Gate has just put out an e-book of 45 Database Performance Tips for Developers. It’s free. And to sweeten the deal, they’re bundling it with a 14 day free trial licence … Continue reading →
A couple of questions and comments on the Ask.SQLServerCentral.com website have shown some misunderstanding about the use of SQL Server’s Transaction Log files. At about the same time, I was approached by Red Gate as part of their Friends programme … Continue reading →
As part of my SQL Saturday 194 homework, I’m reading through “Securing SQL Server: Protecting Your Database From Attackers” by Denny Cherry (blog|@mrdenny on Twitter). Denny’s doing a full day training session (“pre-con”) at this event on “SQL Server Security”, … Continue reading →