Editorials

Editorials

SQL Server Version Insights

Special SelectViews Edition Today’s show is a special – Getting Started with Reporting Services. We’ll be presenting information on how you get it going, how to get your first reports up and going and much more. > Watch Here Featured Article(s) How I hire a DBA (when it comes to the interview) As I sit down and answer questions that […]

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Storing Massive Amounts of Data

Don’t Forget to Watch The Latest SelectViews New show posts tomorrow – a special how-to show. – Watch the current show here Business Intelligence Can’t Be Smart if it Doesn’t Deliver Once you’ve built the perfect reports, done the great queries, figured out the things you need to watch for your company, you need a way to reliably get that […]

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SQL Server CDP, Snapshop Replication and More

Featured Article(s) Tips for using SQL Server 2005 Snapshot Replication (Part 1) Here are some helpful tips to performance tune and optimize SQL Server 2005 Snapshot Replication. Data Compare, for SQL Server Express? Yes. And free too. If you’re working with SQL Server Express, building applications, moving them out to your users and needing to make sure you catch all […]

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SQL Server Versions: Faster! Slower! Wait! Go!

Watch the Latest SelectViews SQL Server Weekly Show We posted the show to the site on Friday – watch it online here. SQL Server Versions I’ve had a number of you mention that you’re concerned about the versioning with SQL Server. Specifically, with the shorter version cycles, new updates, service packs and such coming at a faster rate, how will […]

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SQL Server 2008 … Correction, and Thoughts

Looking for THE Technical Conference on SQL Server, Visual Studio and .NET? If you’re trying to figure out where you can get access to the best experts, great content, third-party software and how-to information, you should definitely check out the Connections Conference in November, SSWUG will be there with our own track of sessions, and you can register for the […]

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Taxonomies and Tagging – Are They The Same?

Featured Article(s) Understanding Windows Management Instrumentation Microsoft has come up with Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI); a COM based technology that can be used to retrieve system-related information from a computer system. This is a component of the Windows OS that can be used to retrieve hardware information from a system of any kind. You can use WMI to retrieve both […]