Welcome to the PFE Chronicals, a blog composed of thoughts and advice from SQL Server Premier Field Engineers based in the UK, working across the EMEA region. We are working on getting the finishing touches completed on the layout here so things may move about in the next few weeks.

The content here is going to be mainly drawn from our day-to-day experiences as SQL Server Engineers working with SQL Server installations. Ranging from the commmon problems we see regularly to some of the spectacularly unusual issues we deal with. However, if you have any questions to ask or want specific content covered then please get in touch, either via the comments section below or via our Twitter account - and we will add it to our list.

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