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T-SQL Tuesday – Love, Big Data Style

This month’s T-SQL Tuesday falls on Valentine’s day so Steve Jones decided to talk about the Love affair that seems to be going on right now with the term “Big Data” and the DB industry’s rush to court Big Data. You can read more on his announcement post. Anyway here goes my T-SQL Tuesday contribution.
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T-SQL Tuesday #005 – Reporting For Duty

Aaron Nelson is hosting this week’s T-SQL Tuesday. His topic, like mine from last week, has a lot of ways I could go. He basically said to talk about something that has to do with reporting. I decided to take the hodgepodge approach and talk about a couple things.
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T-SQL Tuesday #004 – A Roundup

If I am counting right, it looks like 26 separate blog posts were sent in for this month’s T-SQL Tuesday “IO, IO, It’s Off To Disk We Go”
I am still in the process of digesting them all but wanted to at least start the roundup post and at least do a quick scan of each [...]

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Invitation for T-SQL Tuesday #004: IO

Yes, it is already time for T-SQL Tuesday again (well one week away, time for the invite). I have been thoroughly enjoying T-SQL Tuesday (especially the posts ones from Brad Schulz) but the fact that this is #004 means time is flying too fast lately.
You Don’t Know What T-SQL Tuesday Is Yet?
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Unrelated Relationship Ramblings

It’s Tuesday somewhere when this post goes up. In fact when this goes live it will be sometime around Tuesday afternoon or evening in Adelaide Australia. Why there? This month’s “T-SQL Tuesday” is being hosted by Rob Farley over at his place. His topic is “relationships”. He talks about the history of T-SQL Tuesday [...]

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T-SQL Tuesday #001 – Dates and Time

Adam Machanic, who blogs at SQLBlog.com (lots of great sql bloggers over there) started a neat tradition: T-SQL Tuesday. Read his post here to see the rules and information but it’s basically a weekly (2nd Tuesday of each month) blog topic where we can all have a post about the same topic. I like this [...]

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