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Friday, March 13, 2009

Blog Spotlight: SQLSkills.com - Kimberly L. Tripp

Convergence is wrapping up as I type, with most people thinking about getting back home and getting a little rest. There has been a lot of good information coming out from convergence, so look for my wrap up next week on that.

Now, as promised, I am getting back to some SQL post. This time, what I wanted to do was actually point out, and do a Blog Spotlight for a great SQL resource. I am talking about Kimberly L. Tripp from SQLSkills.com

Her Blog can be found here: Kimberly's - improving my SQL skills, through your questions - blog

She is just a great resource, and post on a regular basis. She covers internals well, and has a post up right now talking about database maintenance best practices. This post is Part I of a series she is doing right now, and I recommend you check it out.

I also recommend you read back through some of her other post. This is a great resource for all around SQL Server skills, how-to and information. This is not directly related to Dynamics AX, but these skillsets and information that you can learn from her post apply to the Databases and Database Servers that Dynamics AX instances run on.

So thanks Kimberly for doing such a great job over at SQLSkills.com and please keep the good posts coming!

Check back here for more, as I do a wrap up of convergence, continue on the SQL Server 2008 path, book reviews, and much more! See you then!

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