Microsoft wants bugs found in SQL Server and reported to Microsoft

Published On: 2019-12-09By:

There are two groups of people that use SQL Server. Those that submit bugs to Microsoft and those that blog about problems that they find.

Those that submit their feedback about bugs to Microsoft want the issues to be fixed.

Those that blog about potential bugs in order to be seen, just want to be famous.

Be the first group, not the second. Make SQL Server (or whatever product) better.


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2 responses to “Microsoft wants bugs found in SQL Server and reported to Microsoft”

  1. Karen Lopez says:

    Totally agree here. I think if there’s a workaround or a danger to corrupting data, one can report AND blog about it.

  2. Denny Cherry says:

    Very true. The key is reporting about it. It’s totally fine to blog about stuff, but if the problem needs to be fixed it won’t be unless it makes its way into the Microsoft system. That’s the part that people forget.


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