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We’re back with a new episode of The Fantastic 12 of 2012: Behind the Scenes Blog Series, where we’re providing unique insights from the SQL Server Engineering Team as they developed SQL Server 2012. This week we are jumping ahead to Number 6 of The Fantastic 12 of SQL Server 2012 (PDF) and we’ll revisit Number 5 in the weeks ahead. Be sure to catch the first four episodes here. In this new episode John Hancock, Principal Program Manager, provides some interesting insights behind a major design decision around the new modeling capabilities including Key Performance Indicators, Hierarchies, and Perspectives and determining where those new capabilities ought to go into SQL Server 2012. Should those capabilities go into the professional environment or is there another approach? Find out how the team addressed and solved this challenge in the episode below! Don’t forget The Fantastic 12 of #SQL2012 Twitter Contest is happening every Thursday at 10:30am PT, where we’re giving away the brand new SQL Server T-Shirts selected by the SQL Family.
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