Top 10 Wiki Ninjas: Roger Doherty and SQL Server 2012 Early Adoption

Welcome to our weekly Top 10 Contributors on TechNet Wiki! We’ve got 3 people over 100 this week! Keep it up! Today’s featured Wiki Ninja is… Roger Doherty (Microsoft) From Roger’s profile: “Roger joined Microsoft in 1991 from Sybase, Inc. as a SQL Server trainer for Microsoft University. Since then he has filled a variety…

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Wiki-Ninja’s on Technology: SQL Azure

What will you find on TechNet Wiki on Technology? You will find a lot of contributions made by community (e.g. Wiki-Ninja’s, MVP’s) and Microsoft employees. If you look into Technologies topic of the TechNet Wiki you will find numerous articles ranging from .NET Framework to Windows Workflow Foundation. For the SQL Azure topic more than…


Top 10 Wiki Ninjas – Luciano Lima (MVP) tackles Windows 8 Administration, Windows Server, & SQL Server

Hello! Welcome to the Top 10 TechNet Wiki Contributors of the Week (click here to see all our winners)! Let’s see this week’s list: Good to see familiar faces up here like Me (interview), Fernando (interview, top 10 feature), Luigi (top 10 feature, blog post), Luciano Lima (interview), and Steef-Jan (interview, blog post). And congrats…

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An evolution in perftune content

IT Pros love acronyms and jargon because of the efficiency they bring to comms (communications). Perftune is the jargon for performance tuning, which is also sometimes called …because the brutally honest and technically correct answer to the question is “it depends.” Your specific hardware, network and workload characteristics are all complex variables that make the…

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Interview with Arnie Rowland, SQL Server MVP, About the Wiki and Its Governing Council

Today’s interview is with: Arnie Rowland What is the wiki for? The wiki is a place to surface information for customers. But it’s different from the knowledge base or the typical white paper. It’s a place where people who are working with the products can tune that information. In that sense the wiki provides an…

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