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Welcome to SQLWorkbooks! I’m so happy to launch (softly)

Hooray! Finally, launch day is here. I’ve been working on this project for a while and I’m thrilled to push it out into public use. I’ll be working to get the word out over the next couple of weeks.

Hopefully I’ve worked out all the big issues with setting up memberships and course functionality. If you hit problems, please let me know about it using the support form.

I’m launching with a free course: Troubleshooting Blocking and Deadlocks for Beginners

You need to identify and fight blocking and deadlocks when trouble strikes your SQL Server.

This free course contains more than two hours online videos as well as quizzes and demo scripts, to help you get the most out of the topics.

Plus, at the end of the course you can practice answering five interview questions on locking and blocking. Or maybe you’d like to ask these questions when you’re interviewing candidates yourself? It’s up to you.

Enroll in the course to get started!

Join the list to get notified when new courses arrive

I’m working hard on writing and recording material for additional courses. I plan to launch several more free courses on the site soon.

Sign up for email announcements to get notified of new courses when they ship. At the bottom of the site, use the “Join the List” box to let me know what kind of updates you’d like to receive.

I can’t promise that these courses will be free forever, so get in there and get learning!

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4 thoughts on “Welcome to SQLWorkbooks! I’m so happy to launch (softly)

  1. Hi,

    Good to hear about SQLWorkbooks. Please advise how can I join your team.

    1. I’m not planning to hire anyone anytime soon, but feel free to enroll in the free course!

  2. You’re session on Troubleshooting Blocking and Deadlocks for Beginners ROCKED, I really like the way you walked us thru the process for catching Blocking and Deadlocking. I really liked the way you paced each session and the Q&A part was awesome. Looking forward to your next session. Great job with the session, keep in the good work.

    1. Thank you so much! That means a ton. I would really appreciate it if you could also leave a review on the course here:

      Reviews will help me a ton in the long run. Thanks for the kind words, and I’m glad the course was helpful!

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