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The Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) Women in Technology group first caught my attention at the PASS Summit in 2009 when I was asked to live blog the WIT Luncheon. As it turns out, I had a lot to think about, and a lot to say. Since then, I ...
This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is the brainchild of Matt Velic (blog | twitter) and was inspired by a quote from Adam Machanic (blog | twitter) on the importance of understanding the APPLY operator. It’s a good trick to have up your sleeve as it can do some nifty things and ...
There was this one time when I was working on a project and we were trying to load a datawarehouse. I came in one morning to find a team member staring at a failed SSIS package with this error message at a Data Flow Task, specifically coming from the query ...
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