Database Administration

Published on January 8th, 2015 | by Alejandro Cordero


Happy New Year from the SQLTurbo Team!

With great pleasure we salute all of our readers, 2015 is just starting and great things will come our way! We started this community oriented blog around a couple of months ago with the intention to provide only the best material that you can find online. We really appreciate all the kind comments and the support from the SQL community, we have received a very amazing feedback which fills our tank full to get our SQLTurbo car speeding like crazy!

Our main goal is to cover lost of topics about sql server 2014 new features, cool sql server tools and ultimately almost anything related to sql performance tuning. We are also trying to create a great library on SQL Azure, we believe the cloud is a big topic that needs to be discussed a lot more, and last but not least we will break down very large databases, use cases, real scenarios and best practices around it.

We promise to deliver and keep growing our content database, feel free to explore our site, send us a comment or join our news letter which we promise is going to be spam free and filled with adrenaline from the SQLTurbo engine. (you can subscribe in our form at

This is a project that just started, and thankfully it did at an amazing pace, we have around 4k views and lots of love from every angle, however we do need your help to get our word out, we really want to reach every corner of the SQL matrix and that is why we are active on lots of portals which  you can also explore at your convenience like:

So like, share, check, bookmark, jump, blink or do whatever you want at our portals, we will really appreciate your support!

Ok, enough is enough, jump into the SQLTurbo ride and let´s make the most of this 2015!

About the Author

SQL Server DBA with over 8 years of experience, developer for .Net , Certified Scrum Master and Entrepreneur.

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