This post is little experiment I’m trying out this weekend. The SQL Server Consulting blog has been up and running since 2009 when it replaced my old website as my main publishing medium. Since that time traffic has steadily grown and one thing that' I’ve noticed recently is how different posts can vary in the number of page views they get each week. The top 4 most read blog post this past week were
- db_executor role
- sp_change_users_login and SQL Server 2008
- Bulk Insert Permissions
- Chicago: The travels of a SQL Server Consultant
Aside from the last post that was published last week and the only none technical post these are older posts, older than a year old. Now When I write a similar post maybe next week it will be interesting to see if there are any changes to this top 4 in terms of the traffic that they attract.
These are two posts on SQL Server virtualisation that I think will make it into the rankings at some point soon
And to finish up the three blog posts from the SQL Server blog sphere I have enjoyed reading this week.
- Why More People Should Work at Home by Mr Denny – Great reading if you want to convince your boss on the benefits the business can get from having a mobile workforce
- Lessons Learned From an Exploding Strip Club – This is suitable for work honest. Thomas Larock suggests how a DBA can learn from the process used by other professions when they realise they have made a mistake
- How to set SQL Server Max Memory for VMware – A great post by Brent Ozar on SQL Server virtualisation and configuring memory when run SQL Server VM on VMware
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