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    The last couple of months I’ve been blogging a lot about Windows Server 2008 and you have been able to try it out and read about it everywhere. But don’t forget that we are also launching the new version of SQL Server at the same time even if it will be available a bit later. For those SQL lovers out...
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    Since it's a new year, everyone is speculating about what 2009 will be all about. In the challenging times we're now facing a certification could be a good way for you to distinguish yourself. TechRepublic just published a list " 10 reasons IT certification will be important in 2009 " together...
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    I came across a whitepaper describing some of the benefits of being certified. A survey was conducted to find out if certified people got a higher salary and how the employer looked at benefits. One finding was that productivity in a team increased when the number of certified members increased. Value...
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