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  • Blog Post: What’s going on across Canada? Lots! Check it out!

    There are so many great events coming up in Canada, I wanted to list some of them here, so you don’t miss out! TechDays isn’t your only opportunity to get out and learn about the latest technologies from experts. We hold a number of smaller events throughout the year, and we also sponsor...
  • Blog Post: New SQL Azure lab available (How to move data to SQL Azure)

    The SQL Azure labs site is a great place to explore and play with SQL Azure! You are probably already using SQL Server and may be working with or wondering about SQL Azure. Often when I want to explore a technology, I find reading a blog post or MSDN article isn’t enough to make me comfortable. I need...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server Roadmap to Denali Webcast Series

    SQL Server Denali, so many great features for reporting, high availability, business intelligence, and more . If you haven’t had time to sit down and start learning about what’s new in the latest release of SQL Server, join Microsoft Canada for a weekly webcast series to help discover and understand...
  • Blog Post: Come Learn SQL Azure in Ottawa

    Come join me as I will be presenting this Friday in Ottawa on SQL Azure at CTE Solutions . I grew up on SQL Server, but it really isn’t that hard to get up to speed on SQL Azure. A lot of features are the same, but there are a few key differences you need to know. In this session I will be talking about...
  • Blog Post: SQL Azure Federations (Because you have a lot of data)

    Last week I explained SQL Azure Essentials for the Database Developer where I covered some of the differences between working in SQL Azure instead of an on-premise database from the perspective of a SQL Server database developer. Today I will continue in that vein and explain one of the upcoming features...
  • Blog Post: SQL Azure Essentials for the Database Developer

      I admit it, I am a SQL geek. I really appreciate a well designed database. I believe a good index strategy is a thing of beauty and a well written stored procedure is something to show off to your friends and co-workers. What I, personally, do not enjoy, is all the administrative stuff that goes...
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