Yukon is slipping, it's just a question of how much.
Microsoft Senior Vice President Paul Flessner said Monday morning the company will get a beta of its next-generation database out this summer, indicating what could be a slip from the June time frame other Microsoft executives had promised just weeks ago.
But another Microsoft executive offered a different version of the story. Stan Sorensen, director of SQL Server Product management, later on Monday reiterated the company's previously stated commitment to get a beta, albeit a "private" one, out to some 1,000 users this month.
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