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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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Puzzles–T-SQL Tuesday #114

This month we have a very interesting topic from Matthew McGiffen. He gets back to the roots of the party with code by asking a question on puzzles. It’s a good question, and one that makes me think. I’m not … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #113–Personal Databases

This month we have a really interesting question for the T-SQL Tuesday invitation. Todd Kleinhans is the host and asks about personal databases. Do we use them for anything? Quite a create question for a professional. My Personal Database I … Continue reading

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The T-SQL Tuesday #112 Cookie

It’s T-SQL Tuesday again, and I’m writing in response to Shane O’Neil’s invitation about cookies. Read what he asks and this will make more sense. As always, if you want to participate, write a post on your blog and follow … Continue reading

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