SQL Server poll


I am starting to see articles and blog posts about Microsoft SQL Server 2011 everywhere, so I thought I would poll my readers to ask versions of SQL Server you are using. The poll is below:

Once I have some results back, I will post an update. In the meantime, keep in mind that SQL Server 2005 mainstream support ends in a few months. For more details on support dates for SQL Server, check out this blog post. And if you’re looking for service pack and build details for SQL Server, you might find this post useful.

5 Responses to “SQL Server poll”

  1. Hey, Victoria. Thanks for posting this poll and the results. I’ve also posted a poll asking readers about the components they use in SQL Server BI solutions. The results are here: http://sqlserverbiblog.wordpress.com/poll-results/

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  2. Hello Victoria, I just finished reading your book and I felt identified by the approach you took on writing it, I am a consultant for a few years now and let me congratulate for such rich book.

    My next one is Mark Polino’s cookbook.

    I will blog about your book

    Dynamics GP is in the cloud. http://www.myGPcloud.com | http://blog.mygpcloud.com

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