• MapR supports latest Apache Drill; InfiniDB closes shop

    News briefs describe MapR's latest Hadoop distribution, which includes Apache Drill for SQL analytics. Also, InfiniDB said it will close down business.

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  • Using DISTINCT in SQL to eliminate duplicate rows

    Learn how to use the DISTINCT keyword to eliminate duplicate rows in this excerpt from "SQL Queries for Mere Mortals: A Hands-On Guide to Data Manipulation in SQL, Second Edition." You'll learn how to use DISTINCT on either single or multiple columns when working with SELECT statements in SQL.

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  • Effective ‘big data’ strategy helps advertising firm attract clients

    Online advertising company adMarketplace uses a mix of NoSQL and SQL databases in a "big data" environment that feeds its search syndication system.

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  • What is SQL?

    The acronym SQL stands for Structured Query Language.

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  • What is the best practice when defragmenting an MS application server?

    What is the best practice when defragmenting an Exchange, SQL or other Microsoft application server?

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  • What programming languages should I learn for the SQL DBA?

    I am MCSE on NT 4.0 and working in the networking field for three years. I am an expert in most Windows OS including IIS and Exchange Server. I want to make career as Exchange or Web administrator. I am also looking for career as SQL DBA, but I am not very well aware of programming languages. Which...

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  • Freeware profiler for SQL Server

    SQLcheck is a neat freeware goodie that you can use to check a wide range of parameters in your SQL Server databases.

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  • Program code searches with SPEED Ferret

    SPEED Ferret allows SQL programmers to find instances in source code, property values and references.

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  • Louisiana hospital finds scalable solution in SQL data warehouse

    Curtis Boyd had a miniscule budget. Yet, he needed to quickly replace a nearly 20 year-old mainframe system to reduce report generation times from two weeks to one day. Sounds like Mission: Impossible, right? Well, with a little patience and a lot of testing, Boyd's mission turned into a...

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  • Are the SQL7 exams going away?

    What is the implication of the certifications being recognized, and those not being recognized, the MCDBA2000 vs the normal MCDBA for SQL7? Is that implying that the SQL7 exams are going away with the certification?

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