Deep Fried Bytes: What should Developers know about SQL Server?

Deep Fried Bytes

In this episode Keith and Woody sit down 2 SQL MVP’s, Robert Cain and Denny Cherry, to learn what they wish developers would know when working with SQL Server and SQL databases. The guys cover a few SQL Server 2008 topics like Full Text Search, Service Broker and SSIS that developers might want t.

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In this episode Keith and Woody sit down 2 SQL MVP’s, Robert Cain and Denny Cherry, to learn what they wish developers would know when working with SQL Server and SQL databases. The guys cover a few SQL Server 2008 topics like Full Text Search, Service Broker and SSIS that developers might want to get more knowledge about to help with projects and their careers.


Thanks to our guests this episode

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Denny Cherry has over a decade of experience managing SQL Server, including MySpace.com’s over 175 million user installation, one of the largest in the world. Denny’s areas of technical expertise include system architecture, performance tuning, replication and troubleshooting.  Denny currently holds several Microsoft Certifications related to SQL Server as well as being a Microsoft MVP.  Denny is a longtime member of PASS and Quest Software’s Association of SQL Server Experts and has written numerous technical articles on SQL Server management.

Denny’s Blog is http://itke.techtarget.com/sql-server

Denny can be found on Twitter at http://twitter.com/mrdenny

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Robert C. Cain is a Microsoft MVP in SQL Server Development, and works as a Senior Business Intelligence Architect for ComFrame. He is also a technical contributor to Plurasight Training, and co-author of the book "SQL Server MVP Deep Dives". Robert has over 20 years experience in the IT field, working in a variety of fields ranging from manufacturing to telecommunications to nuclear power. He maintains the popular blog http://arcanecode.com.

Robert can be found on Twitter at http://twitter.com/arcanecode

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