Saturday, 12 January 2013

SQL Server Consulting: Weekly Round-up

The first full week in 2013 has been a a busy week for me with lots of SQL Server consulting and SQL Server writing work on. I haven’t written many blog posts so we have eaten into the scheduled posts a little bit. I like to schedule my posts a week or maybe two in advance so there is always some new material about be to published.
I have got a short series on contracting in the UK lined up which will start to be published towards the end of January. I have about eight of the series completed thus far and ideally I’d like to have ten in the bank before I start publishing the series. This has the potential to be many posts but we’ll see how it goes. I hope for the series to start at the end of January.

This week has been a busy week in terms of traffic. This has much to do with Monday’s post titled Auto Grow – On or Off making to the front page of SQL Server Central on Thursday, so a big thanks to Steve Jones and the SQL Server Central for putting my syndicated post on the front of the site.
You can still vote in that poll – Do you have auto grow turned on and do you is it to size you databases. The poll can be found on the right hand side of the home page
So this weeks top posts are
  1. Auto grow - On or Off Straw Poll
  2. Bulk Insert Permissions
  3. Configuring Database Mirroring in SQL Server
  4. db_executor role
  5. SQL Server - Dedicated Administrator Connection (DAC)
View my SQL Server Training pages to see the list Learning Tree courses that I teach and view my SQL Server Consulting pages for a list of my consulting services.
I hope you have a good weekend.

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