Goodbye 32-Bit SQL

32-bit SQL Server is gone; long live 64-bit SQL Server:

Does this mean there will be no 32-bit version of SQL Server 2016? They may make some desktop version; I don’t know nor have I been following. But as a Server product? RIP, and good riddance.

So you can thank (or damn) me for this one. Me, I’m going to celebrate. Where’s my bottle of Coca Cola with real sugar?

Allan Hirt, I thank you.  I have one 32-bit device left:  it’s a cheap tablet.  Let’s not wait until 2038 to get rid of x86.

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