Thanks to everyone who posted on T-SQL Tuesday this month. Below is a summary of the posts, so have a look through if you’ve not had chance yet.
As an aside, if you’ve not watched the film yet, it’s available here (Google | AmazonUK | AmazonUS)
There were some really interesting, and terrifying posts here, so pull up a chair, grab some whiskey, turn the lights down, and have a read through.
Don’t forget to keep an eye out for the next TSQL2sDay post, in a couple of weeks time.
Rob Farley – When someone deletes a shared data source in SSRS
Thomas Rushton – SQL Wildcards
Rick Krueger – Nightmare on TSQL Street – The Case of the Missing Cache
Matthew Velic – Soylent Growth
Ted Krueger – Horrify Me!
Ken Watson – Soylent Green
Chris Shaw – Are you kidding me ?
Thomas Rushton (Again!) – Soylent Inbox
Jason Brimhall – High Energy Plankton
Jes Borland – Soylent Green SQL Server
Bob Pusateri – A Horror Story
Steve Jones (Voice of the DBA) – Soylent Green
Chris Yates – Soylent Green
Jeffrey Verheul – Soylent Green