Welcome to the new SQLTeam.com

By Bill Graziano on 11 June 2007 | 2 Comments | Tags: Site News


I updated the site over the weekend. The blogs and forums are unchanged except for the header. All my old custom written ASP code has been replaced by all new shiny ASP.NET code. There are better pages for the authors and true tags that should make it easier to find relevant content. The URLs are improved and should be easier to read and use -- at the cost of being longer. I'm working my way through the old articles to make sure they have the proper tags. If you find any problems please post them here. Enjoy the new site!

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