Last Weeks Top 10 “Reading” Links #16

2012-01-013Throughout the week, I like to tweet links to the things that I’ve been reading.  Since they all come out through out the day, I figured that I’d share a list of those that were most popular last week.

Last week’s top 10 “Reading” Links

  1. Acing the only three true job interview questions. [29 clicks]
  2. Java Exploit Potentially Affecting More Than 850 Million Computers [23 clicks]
  3. SQL Server Queries With Hints [22 clicks]
  4. Microsoft’s Illumiroom demo breaks past the limitation of TV frames | The Verge [22 clicks]
  5. Optimizing tempdb configuration with SQL Server 2012 Extended Events [16 clicks]
  6. What port is my instance listening on? [13 clicks]
  7. CPU Overcommitment and Its Impact on SQL Server Performance on VMware [13 clicks]
  8. Importance of how often you take full backups [12 clicks]
  9. Some Quick Sage Advice for Young Employees Early in Their Careers [11 clicks]
  10. What Is Your Mindset? [10 clicks]

While the list above is primarily focused on technology, there were three other links that got some attention last week that I thought I’d re-share:

  1. 22-Year-Old’s Sci-Fi Digital Short Gets Hollywood’s Attention [92 clicks]
  2. Try to name all the silhouettes in this Star Wars alphabet [39 clicks]
  3. 30 Beautifully Haunting Shipwrecks From Around the World [8 clicks]

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