Microsoft has introduced SQL Server 2012 to the world and it's time for IT professionals to start to come to speed on what's new.
- By Joey D'Antoni
Microsoft's upcoming SQL Server version has now been approved for release-to-manufacturing (RTM).
Microsoft decreased its SQL Azure pricing again, and added a new 100 MB database storage option.
Microsoft provided details of a new service that helps SQL Azure users monitor the security of databases residing in Microsoft's cloud.
MIT, Stanford and other institutions of higher learning offer basic computer science courses that cost nothing but time.
Microsoft indicated today that SQL Server 2012 is nearing product release.
Microsoft last week shipped the Entity Framework 4.3 Beta 1, with some NuGet integration enhancements and bug fixes.
A recent salary survey indicates that database-related jobs provide good job security, and don’t rank too badly on the salary side of things, either.
It's a brand-new database world. Witness Oracle's release of a data provider that allows Oracle coders to work in .NET.
Microsoft may become the big data provider, especially if the government's data sources lose funding.
Some 13 years later, Microsoft has released the first preview of an ODBC driver for Linux.
It's been a long time coming, but Microsoft finally pushed out a 64-bit SQL Server Open Database Connectivity driver for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.
Hadoop support at Microsoft is deep enough to have them abandoning LINC to HPC.
Microsoft has issued a release candidate version of SQL Server 2012 for download and testing.
Thanks to the cloud, SQL Server development is about to get cheaper.