Daily Archives: April 2, 2012

Which product was purchased the most? T-SQL

Suppose you had a list of product sales and were curious about which one was sold the most? It’s a simple query, and one that I used to ask people in interviews so I thought it would make a nice … Continue reading

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SQL Saturday #131 – Phoenix Schedule Posted

I got an email today from the SQL Saturday #131 crew with the schedule posted, showing me listed for two sessions. I’m delivering these items: Encryption in SQL Server Branding Yourself for a Dream Job These are sessions I’ve done … Continue reading

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Skipping April Fools

Over the last decade, we’ve had some good April Fool’s Day stories at SQLServerCentral. We’ve had Decoding the SQL Server Index Structure, Open Source SQL Server, Database Wars Coming for the XBOX 360, and more. I think my favorites was SQL Server on Linux, which … Continue reading

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