It’s always been my dream to speak at SQL PASS Summit. It’s a tough egg to crack. In my experience the abstract process is a true pain. I submit each year and the feedback on my abstracts has not been all that helpful.
If you’re a long time IT professional or an occasional user of high or even low tech software you’ll know what I mean when I say “Bugs are not a new thing”.
Up until SQL Server 2016, we had to write our own functions to split a CSV string into a table list. This was accomplished by writing a table value user defined function.
I’m excited to be monitoring Kalen’s session on concurrency. The session is today and is titled “Locking, Blocking, Versions: Concurrency for Maximum Performance”.Read More »