[meta] A thousand questions

This is the thousandth question on the site. Edit: I think. It said 999 questions before I asked the question, and it still says 999 now... Hmm...

What are people hoping to see in the next thousand? More R2 questions? More upgrading questions?

I'm curious from both an asking and an answering perspective.

For instance, an asker might be hoping to ask more about spatial, being an area they hope to get into. An answerer might be hoping to answer more about Reporting Services, if that's an area they feel they can contribute more in.

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asked Jan 31, 2010 at 08:14 PM in Default

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Rob Farley
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I am hoping to see a more broad base of questions. There have been relatively few about using CLR or otherwise connecting and using C# or VB.Net with SQL and virtually none regarding using Python or IronPython with SQL.

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answered Feb 01, 2010 at 12:30 AM

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+1 - I'd be happy to answer a few more CLR questions. I was hoping that answering with CLR solutions in the speed-phreak competitions would help with that - the CLR one in speed-phreak 3 was definitely the most efficient, just not the fastest once you started getting up to 4/8 cores, as it wasn't paralellised.
Feb 01, 2010 at 06:56 AM Matt Whitfield ♦♦
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Maybe there will be a lot more Azure questions? Have any of you actually started using it?

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answered Feb 01, 2010 at 06:07 AM

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I will be starting to use Azure soon as it's going to be quite important for my products, but the CTP finished yesterday, so it will have to be as a paid service...
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