SQL in Sixty Seconds has been my favorite thing to do every Wednesday. It is indeed truly said that “A picture is worth a thousand words” – it is equally true that “A video is worth a thousand pictures”. Though recording the video is easy the difficult part is to edit it, process it and take it live. As a SQL developer like you I am good with the SQL but I am doing video editing is not my cup of tea. Anyway the final outcome is so good that I feel like doing these videos.
After an year and 2000+ subscriber I have yet to understand what users like the most – some of the videos are really doing well and some of the videos are not doing well. I would like to learn from all of you that what is that you really would love to learn from SQL in Sixty Seconds Video. Here I am listing four of my last month’s video and I would like you to vote and suggest which one of the video is your favorite video.
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Generate Random Values – SQL in Sixty Seconds #042
In this video we discuss how in SQL Server we can generate random values.
Get SQL Server Version and Edition Information – SQL in Sixty Seconds #043
In this video we learn how we can get the version information of SQL Server.
Restore SQL Database using SSMS – SQL in Sixty Seconds #044
In this video we learn how to restore existing SQL Server backup in SSMS
Cycle Clipboard Ring in SSMS – SQL in Sixty Seconds #045
In this video we learn how we can cycle through last 10 copied values and paste them in SSMS.
Now here is the quick poll for all of you.
Leave a comment with your answer and explain why do you like the video. Two lucky winners will get a subscription to watch my SQL course on Pluralsight. I have much more comprehensive video published on Pluralsight.
Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com)