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Physical Database Design with Kim Tripp

Episode #913 Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Carl and Richard talk to the one-and-only Kim Tripp about physical database design - and why it's still important. The conversation starts out talking about the state of SQL Server today, its maturity and how it works well enough that it's often ignored until there are problems. Kim talks about a 30-day blog series written by the SQLSkills team about being an accidental DBA - you didn't want to take care of a SQL Server, you just are! Always fun to talk to Kim!


Kimberly Tripp

Kimberly is a SQL Server MVP and a Microsoft Regional Director and has worked with SQL Server since 1990. Since 1995, Kimberly has worked as a Speaker, Writer, Trainer and Consultant for her own company SYSolutions, Inc. (www.SQLskills.com) where she focuses on creating interesting and educational content around building scalable and available SQL Server-based systems. Focusing mostly on performance tuning and availability, Kimberly frequently writes for SQL Server Magazine, was a technical contributor for the SQL Server 2000 Resource Kit and co-authored the MSPress title SQL Server 2000 High Availability. Kimberly has lectured for Microsoft Tech*Ed, SQL Server Magazine Connections, PASS and VSLive and is consistently a top rated speaker. Kimberly works closely with Microsoft to provide new and interesting technical resources including the SQL Server 2000 High Availability Overview DVD - featuring more than 9 hours of in-depth technical content, demos and peer chats with MVPs.


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