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T-SQL Tuesday #154–Thinking about SQL Server 2022

This month is an interesting T-SQL Tuesday party, as Glenn Berry hosts and asks us to think about the upcoming new release of SQL Server. Sometime later this year, I expect SQL Server 2022 to be released and Glenn is … Continue reading

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What Do We Want to See in SQL Server?

I like the feedback system that Microsoft built for SQL Server. This used to be the Connect system, but all the bug reports and feature requests are now at feedback.azure.com. That’s the place where you can send notes to Microsoft … Continue reading

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New in SQL Server 2022 – Generate_Series

One of the new language features added in SQL Server 2022 is the GENERATE_SERIES function. This allows you to generate a SELECT * FROM GENERATE_SERIES(start=1, stop=7) This gives me a simple sequence of numbers in a result set, with the … Continue reading

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The 2022 Preview

This was a strange week for me. Traveling in Brussels with my wife and prepping for a few presentations. Then Techorama, an even more 2019-era conference in Belgium where I spoke around a few customer calls sprinkled in during the … Continue reading

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