Is the World Ready for SQL Server 2008? - 28 Feb 2008Commented on: 8 years ago
(June 2, 2008)
I'd much rather see them fix issues with SQL 2005 vs. sell a new product. SP3 is waaaaaaaaaaaaay overdue. Did Microsoft talk to real customers, or their own marketing department? Not to speak for...
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