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What’s happening to your business, product, or game right now ? As the web gets faster, we want analytics and data just as fast. Facebook and Twitter have already built their own systems to measure their petabytes of real-time data. But there’s nothing stopping the rest of us from using real-time analytics, too. So how do you actually use real-time data? Let’s keep in mind that actionable metrics help us make better business decisions.
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Update: While I was away, Aaron Bertrand already blogged about this topic on the following link: http://sqlblog.com/blogs/aaron_bertrand/archive/2009/03/18/managing-the-mru-list-for-the-connect-to-server-dialog-in-ssms.aspx also thanks to Don Keily for pointing out in a comment that the file for 2005 is a different name, mru.dat, and not SqlStudio.bin. While debugging changes to the Extended Event Manager, I had a few nagging things like having to type in the server name to connect to for each and every test.
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