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T-SQL Tuesday #112 “A New Cookie Jar”

This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is being hosted by @SOZDBA. Thanks Shane! BTW, T-SQL Tuesday builds upon the work of Adam Machanic and the continuing selfless efforts of Steve Jones. Thank guys! My response to what is my reserve of strength … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #111 “My Why”

This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is being hosted by @AndyLeonard. Thanks Andy! My response to the question, “What is your Why? Why do you do what you do?” I am a Christian. And I am unashamed. I am also not a … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #110 – “Automate All the Things”

This month is being hosted by Garry Bargsley – thanks @gbargsley! My response to this month’s topic is a personal one. The main two questions to answer are: What do you want to automate or what automation are you proud … Continue reading

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2019 – The Year of Memory Recall

Nothing I create is ever perfect and I cannot wait any longer until it is- because that time will never come. Sometimes you just have to run with what you have. So I’m going to focus on a single theme … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #108 – Oculus Medium – Virtual Reality (VR) Play-Doh

This month’s topic is being hosted by @sqlmal – thanks Mal! “So the challenge for this T-SQL Tuesday is – pick one thing you want to learn that is not SQL Server. Write down ways and means to learn it and … Continue reading

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And So It Begins: PROJECT SQLImaginarium

About This is a post for T-SQL Tuesday #102. #TSQL2sday was created by @AdamMachanic. This month is being hosted by @RileyMajor – Thanks Riley! The core theme is giving back… I am into virtual reality. Last week right after a … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #100 – Announcing NCDNAI – June 1, 2026

About This is a post for T-SQL Tuesday #100 and it is going to be a mix of science fact and science fiction of what our data world could look like on June 1, 2026. #TSQL2sday was created by Adam Machanic. … Continue reading

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