Tag Archives: T-SQL Tuesday

Automation for Databases–T-SQL Tuesday #110

This is the day for T-SQL Tuesday #110, a topic picked by Garry Bargsley. Automation has been a cornerstone of most of my career. As much as I work hard, and don’t mind putting time and effort into accomplishing tedious … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #109–Influence

This month’s T-SQL Tuesday host is Jason Brimhall. He asks everyone to write about influence, which is something that I should know about and think I have, but am somewhat uncomfortable writing about. That being said, here’s my entry this … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #108

It’s that time of month, and this is a good topic as it relates to career learning. I’m a big fan of improving your career, so I like this topic. The invitation is from Mala, one of the people I … Continue reading

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Lots of Scaffolding–T-SQL Tuesday #107 The Death March

It’s an interesting topic for this month’s T-SQL Tuesday, and while I think this isn’t necessarily a SQL Server project, because usually SQL Server isn’t the problem with building complex software,  my death march involves SQL Server. This month’s invitation … Continue reading

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