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Welcome to the third episode of the Fantastic 12 of 2012: Behind the Scenes Blog Series, where we’re providing a unique look into some interesting stories and perspectives from members of the SQL Server Engineering Team as they developed SQL Server 2012. If you missed the previous episodes, be sure check out Episode 1 and Episode 2 and download The Fantastic 12 of SQL Server 2012 (PDF) to follow along with the episodes in the 12-part series. In this week’s episode covering Organizational Security and Compliance, the ever-famous Il-Sung Lee, Senior Program Manager, talks about some of the new functionality in SQL Server 2012 and the history behind User-Defined Server Roles and how it became the first feature included in SQL Server 2012. He also talks about a unique tester he worked with and how the team would play practical jokes on him. We can only assume the tester wasn’t pleased! Don’t forget to participate in The Fantastic 12 of #SQL2012 Twitter Contest where we’re giving away the cool new SQL Server T-Shirts that the SQL Family selected.
Fantastic 12 of SQL Server 2012
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Stay tuned for the next episode of this series coming every Thursday through the end of June 2012. Get more information on SQL Server 2012 and download the free trial today.
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