Category Archives: SQLBits

Twelve is a Magic Number

A massive congratulations to the SQLBits team for announcing what will become the 12th iteration of the UKs finest and largest SQL Server conference. Putting on events at this scale by such a small core team demands huge respect and … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #41 – I ♥ SQLBits

It’s been a long time since I last wrote a T-SQL Tuesday post but the combination of a great topic along with a spare 5 minutes of downtime has resulted in my contribution to the mix this month. This time … Continue reading

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Baby baby baby, where did our love/ data go?

Possibly one of the very first things we learn as fledgling DBA’s is that transactions are used to provide “all or nothing” operations. If you ever go for a SQL Server job interview, you are almost guaranteed to be asked … Continue reading

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