After watching the webcast “Create a recoverable database“, I really feel the need to recommend it to everyone working with SQL Server. The “Create a recoverable database” webcast is the first part of the “MSDN: A Primer to Proper SQL Server Development” series. The webcast is instructed by Kimberly L. Tripp from www.SQLskills.com. In the webcast Kimberly covers topics like “Locks”, ” basic considerations to create databases”, “Checkpoint”, “Transaction”, “How Log files work”, “Autogrowth” and many others. To check this webcast, you can click here.
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I was born in Barranquilla, Colombia in 1975. When I was 17 I moved to Curacao where I lived 10 years and then move to The Hague, The Netherlands. I speak 4 languages (Dutch, English, Papiamento and Spanish).
I'm a Systems Engineer graduated from The Hague University (http://www.thehagueuniversity.com/). I have been working in IT for over 15 years. Since November 2014 I started www.cenlinea.com a webportal were the focus is to make learning more fun. At Cenlinea we are currently promoting PLAYDIOM a new methodology to learn English. While currently working part-time time at Cenlinea, I am also working as Senior Princiapal Consultant at www.ccgroep.com which helps me to keep up to date with Microsoft SQL Server, which I consider to be one of my favorite things in life as it has changed my life in many ways.
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