This week has seen the launch of my new SQL Server newsletter in conjunction with Learning Tree. If you would like to sign up go to http://info.learningtree.com/sql-signup/ and you’ll start receiving the regular newsletter, keeping you up to date with the latest news and views in the world of SQL Server
Aside from the newsletter it’s been a busy week of client work - SQL Server Consulting. Specifically migrating a SQL Server Reporting Services environment to a new version.
Here’s a round-up of the links that have interested me this week. There is some SQL Server and SQL Server 2016 specific links included in the list. There are links in the list from other technology areas too along with some fun stuff for a Friday.
Exploring SQL Server CPU Usage with XPerf - by Dan Buskirk
SQL Server 2016: Keeping Up With the Latest Technology - by Gethyn Ellis
Delivering reports via email using and email server outsideyou network - by Riccardo Muti
Cumulative Update #1 for SQL Server 2016 RTM is now available
Azure SQL Database For Your First Database – by Grant Fritchey
Top 5 Books on Enterprise Architecture by Gethyn Ellis
Are Programming Languages Secure? by John McDermott
Misguided IT Security Practices & 3 Ways to Improve - by Richard Spire
Why Did the Olympic diving pool turn green? I don’t know I’m not sure these guys do either but its quite amusing
Enjoy your weekend and do check out our Great Value IT Training Page for this week’s latest offers.