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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

36 comments on “T-SQL Tuesday #080

  1. Surely you mean 12th July, not June?

  2. […] He decided that this month’s theme was to be a gift to the community of something you had to offer that someone else may find as a gift. Or maybe it isn’t. That’s my interpretation. You can figure it out for yourself here. […]

  3. Pingback T-SQL Tuesday #80 – SSIS Projects, Packages and Deployments http://wp.me/p4beUo-mn

  4. […] second Tuesday of each month. Everyone is welcome and have the chance to write about SQL Server. This month’s topic is to give a [SQL] gift, so here is mine, Making the Query Store to work in a READ_ONLY […]

  5. […] therefore, this topic worthy for Chris Yates’ T-SQL Tuesday blog party this month – celebrating the new things that have come along in the SQL world […]

  6. […] Yates (blog | twitter) has given the T-SQL bloggers a “carte blanche” with regard to this month’s theme so even though this T-SQL Tuesday falls on his […]

  7. Happy Birthday! Hope you have an awesome day!

    Default database file sizes: https://sqlstudies.com/2016/07/12/default-database-file-sizes/

  8. […] good friend and brother Chris Yates is hosting this month’s T-SQL Tuesday. I’ve not participated in one of these for a little bit now. […]

  9. […] T-SQL Tuesday #80, Chris Yates (b|t) asks “Is there something you’ve been wanting to do for a long time in […]

  10. Happy birthday and many thanks to be our host for this #TSQL2sday.

    Please help me to learn much more about SQL Server and to order my open points 😉

    http://www.sql-aus-hamburg.de/en/tsql2sday-80-my-open-point-list-for-more-sql-server-knowledge/

  11. […] to Chris Yates for hosting this month’s T-SQL Tuesday (https://chrisyatessql.wordpress.com/2016/07/06/t-sql-tuesday-080/)! This month’s topic is fairly broad (a SQL-related present so I wanted to put together a […]

  12. […] and for some reason I decided to write a blog post.  This month’s host is a good friend, Chris Yates and since its his birthday he decided to give us a gift by opening the topic to […]

  13. […] SQL Server 0 T-SQL Tuesday #80 It’s time for another round of the global blog party we call T-SQL Tuesday. This is T-SQL Tuesday #80 and happens to fall on the hosts birthday. First order of business is to […]

  14. Happy birthday, Chris!
    T-SQL Tuesday #80 – SQL Birthday Present: http://sqlsoldier.net/wp/sqlserver/tsqltuesday80sqlbirthdaypresent

    • Don’t read into it too much, but don’t you think it’s interesting how Availability Groups are built on Failover Cluster technology, yet Failover Clusters don’t have this issue? Maybe we could just failover the agent service?

  15. Hi Chris, happy birthday, thanks for hosting, and here’s my entry on CREATE OR REPLACE:

    http://blogs.sqlsentry.com/aaronbertrand/t-sql-tuesday-080/

  16. […] on that day. This month, the formidable Chris Yates (blog | twitter) has invited everybody to a birthday party – of sorts. As with many birthdays, there is always somebody that wishes you a happy belated […]

  17. here is my belated birthday wishes to you!!

    http://bit.ly/2aaIaoD

  18. […] on that day. This month, the formidable Chris Yates ( blog | twitter ) has invited everybody to a birthday party – of sorts. As with many birthdays, there is always somebody that wishes you a happy belated […]

  19. […] on that day. This month, the formidable Chris Yates (blog | twitter) has invited everybody to a birthday party – of sorts. As with many birthdays, there is always somebody that wishes you a happy belated […]

  20. […] search for it and see the great content that comes out in them. This past month SQL Server blogger Chris Yates asked the SQL Server bloggers to share a Present for the SQL Server user community. Or for […]

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