A little RSS goodness

By Bill Graziano on 18 November 2003 | 1 Comment | Tags: Site News


We've done a few things to make it easier to read SQLTeam.com. First, we have an RSS feed of the headlines. Second, we have a page displaying RSS feeds from various SQL Server and development related sites (thanks Merkin!). It gets updated on a regular basis. We've been trying to think of a better name than "Elsewhere" but haven't had any luck. Enjoy! (Update: We've removed the elsewhere feature.)

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