Want to find other people who share your interests in SQL Server and database administration? Here's two directories - one for Twitter, and one for blogs.
SQL Server Forums
- http://www.askthedbas.com - RockSolid SQL's DBA team answer SQL Server questions submitted via email or twitter.
- http://StackOverflow.com - StackOverflow is a forum that doesn't involve categories. Instead of pigeonholing your question into a specific category, you can tag your question with as many tags as you need. Answers are voted up and down by the community, and each user's reputation is affected by the votes they get.
- http://www.Simple-Talk.com - Simple-Talk is dedicated to producing high-quality edited articles on issues relevant to SQL and .NET Developers, Database administrators and Sys Admins. The site contains also forums and blogs.
- http://www.sqlservercentral.com - SQL Server Central is the largest community site for SQL Server on the web. The site contains forums, blogs, and articles.
- http://ask.sqlservercentral.com/ - This is a Question and Answer System that is hosted by SQL Server Central. It is a place to ask questions or find answers to things about SQL Server.
- http://www.sql-server-performance.com - SQL-Server-Performance.com is a community web site dedicated to getting the most performance wise out of SQL Server. The site contains forums, blogs, and articles.
- http://www.mssqltips.com - MSSQLTips.com is a community web site maintained by Edgewood Solutions. The site contains tips, webcasts, whitepapers, tutorials, forums, and blogs.
- http://www.sqlteam.com - SQLTeam.com is site that has an active forum, weblogs, and forum. The forum is another great tool to use for SQL development.
- http://www.databasejournal.com/ - This site features daily articles that can be useful in your development. The forums aren't that active but its another resource to add to your toolkit.
- http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/category/sqlserver - The MSDN SQL Server Forum can be another useful tool for helping others grow in their knowledge as well as find answers if you are stuck.
Want to know how everyone else keeps up to date with the latest SQL Server best practices? The secret is they all go to physical and virtual community events. Here's two directories - one for physical events, and one for virtual.
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