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I have built an enormous number of packages for this project over the past few weeks (just over 60) and wondered if a conditional split case without a destination was efficient. I have been using the Conditional Split component with one case going nowhere as a way to 'throw' out ...
SQL Saturday #41 is in the bag, and once again, I’m grateful that I had a chance to present. I promise to post my presentation within the next couple of days. Big, giant shoutout to Stu Ainsworth and the whole Atlanta team for putting together an amazing day. Met ...
Earlier this month I gave my first public speaking session at the NTSSUG user group meeting, and yesterday I added two more session notches on my belt at SQL Saturday Atlanta. I've been reading a LOT of recaps of other SQL Saturdays, and I'm excited to follow suit here! I'm ...
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