If you talk to Sarah (twitter), she’ll tell you that I like lists. Lists are awesome – they are almost like non-structured data. They are hierarchies of information that I can work with. They are Data.
Microsoft must have known I liked lists because over the weekend I discovered (
see below) their SQL Server Best Practice Whitepapers list.
If you are looking to shore up your environment and skills, this is the place to start. Check it out – you’ll find some great stuff here.
By discover above… I should have mentioned that I saw it on a post by Mark Broadbent (blog | twitter). Attribution is always a good thing and I feel bad that I missed that one.
3 thoughts on “SQL Server Best Practice Whitepapers”
Got to love lists. I have always referenced the MSDN posting on this which I have listed on our PASSMN site (http://mnssug.org) in the links section – http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/sqlserver/bb67143…. Drives me crazy that they have their content split between MSDN and TechNet – why can't they just combine them? I wish they were at least identical.
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