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T-SQL Tuesday #119–Changing My Mind

After missing the last T-SQL Tuesday, I’m back for the latest invitation from Alex Yates. In this one, Alex asks us to write about something in IT where you changed your mind. Some belief you held, and then decided to … Continue reading

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A Memory-Optimized Roundup – T-SQL Tuesday #117

The summary from my fourth T-SQL Tuesday hosting for #117. This time I was scrambling a bit, but since I’ve worked with a few customers in the last year that use MOT tables, I thought this might be a good … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #117 Invitation – When Have You Used MOT Tables?

When Memory-Optimized Tables (MOT) were announced for SQL Server, there was a lot of excitement about the technology. After this was released on SQL Server 2014, feelings waned with a lot of restrictions and limitations for using the technology. I … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #116–Always Linux

This month is an interesting invitation from Tracy Boggiano. It’s on Linux, which I like. I hadn’t thought about this in terms of T-SQL Tuesday, but I think it fits and more than that, I think Linux will be the … Continue reading

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