Well now that SQL Server 2008 has shipped, Zach and I are starting to put the finishing touches on all of our SQL Server 2008 early adopter initiatives and move on to planning for future releases. Before we do that I have some unfinished business to take care of.
My boss, Mauricio, has been on me for months asking me to list the top 10 features of SQL Server 2008. I have been stalling. I think every single feature in the product is compelling, and inevitably I am going to leave something out and will hear about it later from the team that built it. But with PDC '08 just around the corner, it's now or never.
So let me qualify my post by saying that this list represents the 10 things I talk to developers about when I discuss SQL Server 2008. Often I don't have the luxury of spending all day (which I could) having this discussion, so I have to pick a few things that I think will stick.
Whew, I'm glad I have that done! Best of luck to all you eager database developers out there, I hope your experience with SQL Server 2008 will be as exciting and interesting as mine has.
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