Meme Monday: what is your first blog post?

Published On: 2012-01-09By:

As I got tagged by Denis Gobo (@DenisGobo | blog) on his Meme Monday post, here it is.  Denis (I have to try really hard not to put two n’s in his name) asked “What is the first blog post you wrote and when did you write it?”

For me that was October 10th, 2007 when I posted a blog post here on this site titled “Getting the right disk config for your SQL Server“.  Since that blog post went live I’ve posted almost 700 blog posts on this blog (this post is #695) and I’ve started blogging on the SQL Server Pro website (formally known as SQL Server Magazine) on my “Troubleshooting SQL Server Storage Problems” blog.

After reading through my post from 2007 even though some time has passed since that article was written and the technology has changed a bit, that post is just at relevant today as it was back in 2007.

Denny


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