SQL Server with Mr. Denny:

September, 2009


September 11, 2009  7:43 AM

South Bay .NET User Group, thanks for having me over.



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Extended Stored Procedure, In Person Events, Indexing, South Bay .NET User Group, Stored Procedures

Tonight I spoke at the South Bay .NET User Group.  I had a blast talking with them.  They are a great group of programmers. Continued »

September 10, 2009  11:00 AM

How did I ever survive without Live Sync



Posted by: Denny Cherry

Apparently I need to pay more attention to the software that Microsoft has up on the Live site. Continued »


September 9, 2009  1:55 AM

Whitepaper on why database maintenance is important



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Index Performance, Performance Problems, SQL Server, SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2008, Statistics, White Paper

Today I'm publishing a white paper which I wrote for our Customer Service department to give to our customers. It explains why database maintenance is so important in keeping your database happy and healthy.


September 7, 2009  11:00 AM

Speaking at the South Bay .NET Users Group



Posted by: Denny Cherry
In Person Events, Indexing

On September 10th, 2009 I'll be speaking at the South Bay .NET Users Group in Torrance, CA. I'll be giving two presentations at the meeting.  First I'll be giving my "SQL Server Indexing for the Client Developer", and second I'll be giving my "What do all Those Undocumented Stored Procedures...


September 7, 2009  11:00 AM

How I got started in IT



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Brent Ozar, Community, Denis Gobo

I was tagged by Brent Ozar in his post Starting the SQL Journey where he talked about how he got started as a SQL DBA.  So here's my story, in all its glory.


September 1, 2009  6:31 PM

SQL Server 2008 Clustering Article in SQL Server Magazine



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Article, Clustering, SQL Server 2008, SQL Server Magazine, Windows 2008

For those of you who haven't check out this months SQL Server Magazine, the cover article was written by yours truly about Clustering SQL Server 2008 on...


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