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T-SQL Tuesday #080–Round Up

TSQL2SDAY-150x150The roundup is finally here, and cheers to all of you who participated. We had a great turnout this month with many returning participants along with some newcomers.

We had a wide range of topics with many great insights from everyone, but don’t take my word for it. Check out the links below and see what your colleagues from around the SQL Community had to say:

 

Jason Brimhall – SQL Server Desired Enhancements

Riley Major – The Gift that Keeps on Giving

Jon Morsi – SQL Server 2014 Service Pack 2

Melissa Connors – DBCC CloneDatabase

Aaron Bertrand – Create Or Replace

Lori Edwards – SQL Server R Services

Robert Davis – SQL Birthday Present

Allen Kinsel – SQL Server’s Birthdays

Matt Gordon – Change Always On Endpoint Ports

Bjorn Peters – My Open Points for SQL Knowledge

Chris Bell – The Gift of the Basics

Andy Yun – Give Yourself a SQL Gift

Kenneth Fisher – Default Database File Sizes

Dave Mason – SQL Server Shutdown Event

Shane Eillis – Can Powershell Get What T-SQL Cannot

Raul Gonzalez – Using the Query Store For Read Only Database

Rob Farley – Finally SSMS Will Talk To Azure SQL DW

Kennie Nybo Pontoppidan – I want DBCC ConeDatabase Available on all (supported) Versions of SQL Server

Ginger Grant – SSIS Projects, Packages, and Deployments

Mike Walsh – Happy Birthday Chris, Have Some Changes

Wayne Sheffield – SQL Gifts

As you can see we had a great turnout and everyone continues to share their knowledge daily, weekly, and monthly basis. Thank you again for all who participated, and a big thank you to Adam Machanic (B|T) for allowing me to host another block party. Hope you all have a good one and look forward to next month.

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T-SQL Tuesday #080

TSQL2SDAY-150x150T-SQL Tuesday time is here again! And I’m honored to be hosting this months block party. Why you ask? T-SQL Tuesday #80 happens to fall on my birthday believe it or not!

With that said let’s get this party started and have some fun with it this month shall we. Treat yourself to a birthday gift and come up with a present for yourself SQL related – no limitations:

  • Is there something you’ve been wanting to do for a long time in SQL, but haven’t done it yet?
  • Perhaps there is a feature you would like to see added into SQL that just isn’t there yet – what is it?
  • Maybe you are a consultant and know something many of us don’t as you parachute in and out of shops that a reader can benefit from?
  • Is there a co-worker struggling with something SQL related; here is your chance to share the present (knowledge).

Gift wrap your post for yourself and be innovative with what you write about.

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Some Ground Rules Apply

The post must go live on your blog between 00:00 GMT Tuesday, July  12, 2016 and 00:00 GMT Wednesday, July 13, 2016.

Link your post back to this post and make sure you include the T-SQL Tuesday logo in your post.

Leave a comment here in case that ping back doesn’t quite work out I’ll still be able to find you. Once all the posts are submitted I’ll circle back around and publish a roundup. Enjoy this one and have some fun with it. Be creative; after all….it’s your gift.

Get after it; Let’s Roll

Yates