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“Concurrency” (ha no, not our company!) and Locks in SQL Server

SQL Server needs to be able to manage data with many different transactions happening that are reading, updating, inserting, and deleting.  Whenever SQL looks at data, it needs to put a lock on the record or object to maintain data integrity and allow stable “concurrency” while the database is being used.  There are several different locks that can be put on several fundamental different objects within SQL Server.  Let’s look at them.

Nick Adams by Nick Adams

Concurrency, Inc. Complements Technical Expertise with Insights Discovery Training

Concurrency, Inc. is an award-winning information technology consulting firm with offices across the Midwest. The firm uses Insights training, facilitated by Sara Daxer, to raise the level of communications and reduce the friction of collaboration both internally and with clients.

The following Q&A with Kate Weiland, Concurrency’s Vice President of Human Capital, sheds light on how Insights training has made a difference throughout Concurrency’s business.

Ted Wentzel by Ted Wentzel

Microsoft Build 2016 Preview

Microsoft Build is the premier annual conference for software developers focused on Microsoft tools and technologies.  Events kick off on March 29th in San Francisco with sessions and coverage streaming on the Channel 9 site. Read on to learn more about a few areas we are looking forward to learning about at Build 2016!

Mark Rentmeester by Mark Rentmeester

Don't be a Hollow Bunny Candidate

Get expert advice from Concurrency's own Vice President of Human Capital, Kate Weiland on how to avoid the pitfalls of being a "Hollow Bunny Candidate."

Kate Weiland by Kate Weiland

Concurrency Expands Chicago Office to Meet Rapidly Growing Customer Demand

CHICAGO, IL—March 25, 2016 — Concurrency, Inc., an award winning Microsoft partner serving mid- to enterprise-scale organizations throughout the Midwest, has expanded its senior management, account executives and consulting talent in their Chicago office to meet growing client demand.

Ted Wentzel by Ted Wentzel