October 5, 2008

Advance sound bites on the Microsoft/DATAllegro announcement

Microsoft said they’d prebrief me on at least the DATAllegro part of tomorrow’s SQL Server announcements, but that didn’t turn out to happen (at least as of 9 pm Eastern time Sunday night). An embargoed press release did just arrive, but it’s so concise and high-level as to contain almost nothing of interest.

So I might as well post sound bites in advance. Here goes:

I’m going to be pretty busy Monday anyway. Linda is having a bit of oral surgery. And if I get back from that in time, I have calls set up with a couple of clients.


3 Responses to “Advance sound bites on the Microsoft/DATAllegro announcement”

  1. xpherion on October 8th, 2008 5:03 pm

    We are using DATAllegro. We are planning to move from Teradata to DATAllegro.

  2. Curt Monash on October 8th, 2008 5:49 pm

    Then I’d be very interested if you emailed me and told me more!

    My contact info is at the link above.



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