Today’s quick tip comes to us from Jorge Segarra, better known to the SQL community as SQLChicken! Jorge joined the Premier Developer consulting team last year and has since started up a new MSDN blog. His first post brings attention to a little known feature in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) which can help organize your large T-SQL scripts and make working in SSMS a little more developer-friendly. Developing code in SSMS can sometimes be challenging, especially if you spend most of your time working in Visual Studio. Check out Jorge’s blog for an overview of the bookmark feature in SSMS, and stay tuned for more SQLChicken nuggets in the future! Thanks and welcome to the team Jorge!