Tip : Beware of Side-Channel Attacks in Row-Level Security in SQL Server 2016
Monthly Archive: July 2016
I show a few different ways to download SQL Server 2016 Developer Edition, which is a bit harder to obtain than it should be.
I submit a wish list item for the 80th T-SQL Tuesday: CREATE OR REPLACE, a cleaner way to deploy objects without losing permissions.
I follow up on a recent post about DATEFROMPARTS() with a deeper look into the estimates and potential mitigation techniques.
I continue my #EntryLevel challenge, discussing DATEFROMPARTS() and similar functions introduced in SQL Server 2012.
I ask you to vote for and, more importantly, comment on a Connect item aimed at adding MAXDOP controls to statistics updates.