Tag Archives: T-SQL Tuesday

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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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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