Our entire PSS team had a great time presenting and meeting many customers at last week's summit. Thank you for your interest in SQL Server and bringing so many "interesting" questions to the Service Center. A few follow-up notes for those of you who attended the summit:

1) If you attended one of our pre-conference seminar talks, we will be providing PASS the demo files and materials next week. If you registered for one of these seminars PASS tells me they will send you a URL to download all of the materials within a few weeks.

2) Many of you who attended my talk, DBA-501-M, wanted the scripts and files I used for demos. I just uploaded all of these to PASS today so hopefully you can get these from the Attendee Live site within the next week.

3) One of the frequent questions I received at the conference was about Procedure Cache Size for SQL Server 2005 SP2. I found out the developers who worked on these changes wrote their own blog post specifically describing the changes and how they affect the amount of procedure cache allowed with SQL 2005 SP2.

You can read about this blog post at the following link:

http://blogs.msdn.com/sqlprogrammability/archive/2007/01/22/3-0-changes-in-caching-behavior-between-sql-server-2000-sql-server-2005-rtm-and-sql-server-2005-sp2.aspx

4) If you talked to me at PASS and I promised you I would follow-up on a question via email, don't worry I have not forgotten. I had several requests queued up and I'm working my way through them this week.

Thanks again for a great conference and the opportunity to meet many of you who are the reason for the success of our products.

Bob Ward
Microsoft