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[SQL Snacks Video] Introducing SQL Snacks! A healthy alternative to boring learning!

16 Jan
[SQL Snacks Video] Introducing SQL Snacks! A healthy alternative to boring learning!

To snack lovers every where now you can consume SQL Learning the same way, in Snack Size!  Introducing the new way to snack with 0 calories intake, a simple solution to your learning cravings and available 24/7 from the click of a button!

Late last year I introduced my YouTube Channel with a short video on Hyper-V followed by a 10 hour series of teaching SQL Server in Arabic.  This year, I hope to continue with those projects and in addition to that add to my newest delicious invention, the SQL Snack.  The idea of this video series is to provide short videos to teach SQL Server content; and other technologies relevant to SQL Professionals on a daily basis.  This allows for people to grab a snack and enjoy a short learning experience instead of having to sit down for a long drawn out lecture.  Real snack is optional and not provided by me… sorry!

Below is the SQLSnacks Playlist you can also access it at the top menu by hovering over “Videos” and selecting it.

Please enjoy and please feel free to suggest topics you would like to see in the comments and I will try to do my best to accommodate your requests.

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4 Comments

Posted by on January 16, 2014 in Other, SQL Snacks!, Videos

 

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4 responses to “[SQL Snacks Video] Introducing SQL Snacks! A healthy alternative to boring learning!

  1. Jeff Hertel

    January 16, 2014 at 2:12 PM

    WOW! Outstanding job, looking forward to the next snack! One small thing, could you please get the camera closer to your work? It’s hard to see what you are trying to do.

    Thanks!

     
    • Ayman El-Ghazali

      January 16, 2014 at 2:14 PM

      Thanks Jeff. I’ve just learned this week how to improve video quality so I’m looking to improve on the next Snacks. Any good topic suggestions are welcome 🙂

       
  2. Shayma

    January 18, 2014 at 2:03 AM

    I love it, thanks for posting this, I’m used to do the backup and restore through the SSMS but seeing this video taught me a lot. Can I suggest you show me how can I control a large growing log files through a maint. job or something? thanks again.

     
    • Ayman El-Ghazali

      January 18, 2014 at 9:28 AM

      Thank you for your feedback and your great idea. T-Log maintenance is on my topics list now thank you!

       

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