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  • 99 bottles of beer

    The website 99 bottles of beer shows how to write the lyrics of the song, with the same name, in about 1300 different programming languages. I've now made a contribution written in SQL. Here's the lyrics of the song: 99 bottles of beer on the wall, 99 bottles of beer. Take one down and pass it...
    Posted to Johan Åhlén (Weblog) by jahlen on Fri, Oct 9 2009
  • Unleashing the power of SQL Server ENTERPRISE EDITION - Part 1

    Background Having seen a number of MS SQL Server Business Intelligence implementations, I have noticed that surprisingly few consultants know the difference between SQL Server Enterprise Edition and SQL Server Standard Edition, and even fewer use the Enterprise Edition features. I think this may be partly...
    Posted to Johan Åhlén (Weblog) by jahlen on Wed, Sep 16 2009
  • Spoon-fed information and a solved SQL problem

    Today I started reading my new book but I also wanted to find out a bit more about Hyper V , just to do something else. Well it is quite simple: It is the new virtualization technique used in Windows 2008 Server R2. The cool thing (in my view) is that it will use the physical server hardware in a much...
    Posted to Mikael Sand - Trying to be different (Weblog) by Mikael Sand on Thu, Jul 30 2009
  • T-SQL is mean, there is no median

    SQL-Server and I has had a bit of a fallout. I don't talk to it and it doesn't talk to me. A shame really since we used to be very close back in 2001. Today we once again stood face to face. I said: "Oh, you look good. You have changed, and I like it. It looks nice on you." The reason...
    Posted to Mikael Sand - Trying to be different (Weblog) by Mikael Sand on Fri, Jul 24 2009
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