January 19, 2006
The truth about SQL ServerPosted 3450 days ago on January 19, 2006
Euan Garden, Microsoft's Group Program Manager for SQL Server, has posted an informative piece on the history of SQL Server, the first of a promised series of SQL MythBusters - the myth in this case is that SQL Server is mostly Sybase code. While I already knew that most of the Sybase code had gone by the time of SQL Server 7.0, I hadn't realised that version one of Microsoft SQL Server was delivered in partnership with Ashton-Tate, of dBase fame.
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