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Bored this summer? Do you like to help others? Do you have too much free time? Do you find yourself thinking, “Man, I really should spend more time indoors.” If you answered “yes” to all any of these questions, then have I got a proposition for you! Sorry, guys, not ...
In my last blog entry, I was so filled with zeal in demonstrating the CROSS APPLY operator that I threw in a final example at the end of the entry that I hurriedly explained in a small throwaway paragraph, and I didn’t give it the attention that it deserved ...
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