New Poll Up

By Bill Graziano on 14 November 2003 | Tags: Site News


I just put a new poll up that I'd like you to take a moment and fill out. It's primarily geared at developers but if you're a DBA I've got a choice for you too. I want to know what language you spend the most time using. If you're an application developer it's probably something other than T-SQL (and I've got choices for those). If you spend all day writing stored procs, triggers, etc. then it may be T-SQL. Please take a second and respond to this poll. The results will help me ask Microsoft for help in certain areas. Thanks for your time and thanks for visiting the site.


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