T-SQL Tuesday 157 – End of Year Activity
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by Shane O'Neill
1M ago
Words: 544 Time to read: ~ 2 minutes Read-Clipboard Welcome to T-SQL Tuesday, the monthly blog part where we are given a topic and asked to blog about it. This month we have Garry Bargsley, asking us to discuss end-of-year activities. Here My current workplace has a change freeze in place for the end of ..read more
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T-SQL Tuesday #155 – Write to Read, Not to Run
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by Shane O'Neill
4M ago
Words: 861 Time to read: ~ 5 minutes Welcome to T-SQL Tuesday, the monthly blogging party where we talk about a topic given to us by the host. This month, we have Steve Jones (blogtwitter) asking us about Dynamic SQL. There are a myriad number of uses for Dynamic SQL – I’ve already ..read more
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Publishing PSTimeSheets To The PSGallery
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by Shane O'Neill
4M ago
Words: 567 Time to read: ~ 3 minutes Skip This for Your Sanity I have created a module cause nobody wants to do timesheets no more; they want PowerShell to do it for ya. Well, if this is what you need, then this is what I’ll give ya. (Ahem, apologies about that, songs get stuck ..read more
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T-SQL Tuesday #153 – The Conference That Changed Everything
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by Shane O'Neill
6M ago
Words: 585 Time to read: ~ 3 minutes Welcome to T-SQL Tuesday, the monthly blogging party created by Adam Machanic, maintained by Steve Jones (twitterblog), and hosted this month by Kevin Kline (twitterblog). This month, the topic is: Tell us the story of how attending an IT conference or event resulted ..read more
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Querying SQL Server with Golang
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by Shane O'Neill
6M ago
Words: 333 Time to read: ~ 2 minutes I’ve been looking into Golang recently. Hey, everyone has to go with what interests them! It’s all very well and good to open up Golang and write a FizzBuzz (note to self: write a FizzBuzz), but I still work with databases. So before I do anything with ..read more
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T-SQL Tuesday #152
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by Shane O'Neill
7M ago
Words: 375 Time to read: ~ 3 minutes I don’t know if this post is a rage against “database-ubiquitous” SQL or Object-Relational Mapping tools (ORMs) I’m going to say that it’s a rant against the first because if you know what you are doing, then ORMs won’t be a performance concern But people use ORMs ..read more
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T-SQL Tuesday #150 – Your First Technical Job
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by Shane O'Neill
9M ago
Words: 597 Time to read: ~ 3 minutes Welcome to T-SQL Tuesday 150. This month, Kenneth Fisher (BlogTwitter) asked us about our first technical job. I’ve talked before about my first technical job for what feels like too many posts. So I will go back even further to my first job that required ..read more
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TSQL2sday #149: Advice you’d give your younger self
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by Shane O'Neill
10M ago
Words: 459 Time to read: ~ 3 mins Welcome to TSQL Tuesday 149! The monthly blogging party where we are given a topic to write a post around. This month Camila Henrique (blog) asked us about the advice we would give our younger selves. It’s not that I’m smart; it’s just that I stay with ..read more
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Only One Join-Path Is Needed
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by Shane O'Neill
1y ago
Time to read: ~ 3 minutes Words: 545 Join Me For a Moment There’s a multitude of scripts out in the wild with a chain of Join-Path commands. Initially, when I wanted to create a path safely, a Join-Path cmdlets chain was also my go-to. However, after reading up on the documentation, I realised another ..read more
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Table Column Differences Part 03 – Compare-SqlTableColumns
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by Shane O'Neill
1y ago
Words: 470 Time to read: ~ 2 minutes Don’t talk to me about it! Four years ago (I know, where did the time go?), I wrote about Table Column Differences with T-SQL and PowerShell. A Michal commented on the post, asking how to get a specific output from his search. Hi, Thanks for your sharing ..read more
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