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Without documentation, you could probably do your taxes, build a new piece of “some assembly required” furniture, or manage a database instance – but you’d probably end up living in prison, living with broken furniture, or living in fear of your servers.

Writing documentation might not seem as important or exciting as developing or tuning code, but it keeps database administrators out of prison. Join Jes to learn what you need to capture and what tools to use.

Hungry for more goods on documentation in SQL Server?

Check out http://brentozar.com/go/documentation!

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  1. Pingback: Argenis Fernandez : DBA Best Practices - A Blog Series: Episode 3 - Use a Wiki for Documentation

  2. Hello,

    Jes I loved your presentation “Documentation – It Doesn’t Suck!”

    A GOOD place to find answers to problems, will be looking farther at your site. (Have some of my own problems)

    Have a GOOD Day,

    jeff

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