Yesterday I stumbled across this site while looking for something else. I couldn't find who the author is for this peice of work.
This page contains a very comprehensive list of resources for SQL server developers and DBAs. Here is a snapshot of the table of contents from thsi site.
Table of Contents
Skills: Windows Scripting
SQL Server 2008 R2
SQL 2008 R2: Virtualization
SQL Server 2008
SQL 2008: Administration
SQL 2008: Analysis Services (SSAS)
SQL 2008: Data Mining
SQL 2008: Filestream
SQL 2008: High Availability
SQL 2008: Integration Services (SSIS)
SQL 2008: Performance
SQL 2008: Reporting Services (SSRS)
SQL 2008: Power Shell
SQL 2008: XML
SQL Server 2005
SQL 2005: Administration
SQL 2005: Analysis Services (SSAS)
SQL 2005: Data Mining
SQL 2005: High Availability
SQL 2005: Failover - Cluster
SQL 2005: Integration Services (SSIS)
SQL 2005: Integration Services (SSIS) Migration
SQL 2005: Performance
SQL 2005: Reporting Services (SSRS)
SQL 2005: Windows Scripts
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