Minion CheckDB Beta

Sean McCown has released a beta of Minion CheckDB:

We’ve had many of you asking to be part of the Minion CheckDB beta and now is the time. We’re putting the finishing touches on the 1st beta and it’s looking great with some fabulous features.
So this is the open call for beta users. If you’d like to meet Codex before anyone else then send me an email.
We have some requirements though. We don’t want dead beta users. This is your chance to shape the product and we want to hear from you. So if you’re serious about putting the product through its paces then we definitely want you. So you should be ready to provide real feedback, report bugs as you find them, and work with us to fix them.

Considering that I’ve bothered Sean about this at every SQL Saturday the two of us have been at this year, I’d better get moving and join the beta.

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