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Don’t get me wrong, there’s almost no one who enjoys a good SQL Profiler diagnostic trace more than I do. But, starting in the early CTPs of SQL Server 2008, I’ve become impressed with the diagnostic enablement afforded through Extended Read More...
When investigating new features, I’m prone to use what I call the Rumpelstiltskin method, that is, I’m happier if I know where these features “live” in the file system (not exactly Rumpelstiltskin, where the reward came by guessing Read More...
Among the new features in SQL Server 2014, the most compelling, at least from my point of view, is the in-memory tables and procedures known as project Hekaton. Because the tables are organized completely differently than traditional SQL Server tables Read More...
I was about to add a new blog entry, (coming soon) and realized that it’s been *months* since I blogged last, I’ve been rather busy lately, moving house after 15 years, and doing quite a bit of traveling (quite a bit for *me*, anyway) lately. Read More...
Now that the TechEd 2013 presentations are up online on Channel9 you can check out Brian Mitchell’s session What’s New for Columnstore Indexes and Batch Mode Processing. Brian does a great job at presenting the new updatable clustered columnstore Read More...