Share Your Knowledge

Ginger Grant wants you to share what you know:

Recently I have been working with some new features of SQL Server 2016 and have had questions which blogs, TechNet and Stack Overflowprovided no answers on the internet. Fortunately, I have found people to help me resolve the answers. If you go searching for the same errors I had, you will find answers now, as I have posted them. If you have had a problem unique to the latest release of SQL Server, I hope you will take the time to post the question and the answer if you have it. I’m going to try to be better at answering forum questions, especially now I have learned a few interesting factoids. I am looking forward to the fact that next time when I go looking for an answer, thanks to all of us who have done the same, we can all help each other out. The next person who finds themselves in the same jam will thank you for talking them out of the tree.

And if you don’t already do so, blog.  And if I don’t know about your blog, tell me about it.

Related Posts

Mislabeled Column In dm_os_sys_memory

Lonny Niederstadt points out that the definition of a column in the sys.dm_os_sys_memory DMV is incorrect: Based on the column names and values above, seems natural to think: total_page_file_kb – available_page_file_kb = used page file kb 11027476 kb – 3047668 kb = 7979808 kb Holy cow! Is my laptop using nearly as much paging space […]

Read More

Creating Powershell Documentation In VS Code

Rob Sewell has a post covering a nice addition to Visual Studio Code when you’re building Get-Help documentation for a cmdlet: Now you can simply type <# and your help will be dynamically created. You will still have to fill in some of the blanks but it is a lot easier. Here it is in […]

Read More

Categories

June 2016
MTWTFSS
« May Jul »
 12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
27282930