Tag Archive | TSQLTuesday

T-SQL Tuesday #45–Follow the Yellow Brick Road

T-SQL Tuesday #45–Follow the Yellow Brick Road

Is it me or does it seem like we just had a T-SQL Tuesday blog party? These days are just flying by! This week Mickey Stuewe (b|t) is hosting and she has brought up a fabulous question about auditing with the topic being Follow The Yellow Brick Road. I have been on both sides of […]

T-SQL Tuesday #040: File and Filegroup Wisdom

It’s that time again for the T-SQL Tuesday party! This party was created by none other than Adam Machanic (Twitter). If you are interested in hosting a party at some point this year give him a shout; you need to have participated in two T-SQL Tuesdays along the way and also maintain your own blog […]

T-SQL Tuesday #38 – Standing Firm

It seems as though months are coming and going at an alarming rate but nonetheless I can say I am enjoying the ride. Today’s T-SQL Tuesday party is hosted by Jason Brimhall (B | T) T-SQL Tuesday #38 – Standing Firm. Jason has provided a three word topic that entails the words resolve, resolute, and […]

T-SQL Tuesday #37: Invite To Join Me In a Month of Joins

This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is being hosted by Sebastian Meine (blog | twitter) and his topic is anything and everything about “joins”. He’s dedicted the whole month of December to this topic. Having had the opportunity to do extensive SQL work as a developer when first starting out I have been accustomed to joins for […]

The Roundup – #TSQL2sday

Another T-SQL Tuesday has come and gone and I’ve got to admit that all the responses that were received are pretty awesome and even had a few responses from first timers that attended the PASS Summit 2012. While all the posts were great, I had one that blew me away and is exactly what the […]

T-SQL Tuesday #36 SQL Community / What Does the Community Mean To You?

What? Tuesday already? Is it me or is time really flying by? Well, I’m fortunate enough this month to host Adam Machanic’s (B|T) concept of T-SQLTuesday #36. I’ve found the previous T-SQLTuesday hosts topics to be very interesting and I hope that I can do it some justice. Over the course of the last few […]