It’s time for another T-SQL Tuesday. The brainchild of Adam Machanic (b|l|t), and designed to strengthen the SQL Server blogging community, T-SQL Tuesday gets a lot of bloggers posting about a specific theme, chosen by the host blogger (today, that’s me).
I signed up to host the T-SQL Tuesday for August back in March. I didn’t have an idea for a theme, but I figured that I had plenty of time to figure one out. However, everything I was coming up with really didn’t appeal to me for one reason or another. With less than a month to go, I realized that I had run up against a brick wall, and needed help. So, I tweeted for some help, and received many suggestions for possible topics. The one that appeals to me the best was from Shane O’Neill (@SOZDBA).
Tell me about a time when you ran up against your own brick wall, and how you worked it out or dealt with it. Did you start working on a project only to find a brick wall that had been hidden? Was your brick wall:
- A technological hurdle to overcome?
- Brought about by your not having sufficient knowledge of the product?
- A person?
Whatever you choose, tell us about a brick wall that you ran into and how you dealt with it (did you get help from someone/someplace? Wake up in the middle of the night with the solution?).
Most importantly, publish your post sometime on Tuesday, 2018-08-14 UTC time.
T-SQL Tuesday Rules
The T-SQL Tuesday rules are pretty straightforward; for the bloggers, the main subset of these are:
- Be on-topic.
- Use the T-SQL Tuesday logo (above), and link back to this post.
- Publish your post between 0000 and 2359 UTC on 2018-08-14.
Other helpful actions you can do
- Trackbacks should work, but if they don’t, please put a link to your post in the comments section so I (and everyone else) can see your contribution!
- Tweet about your post using the #tsql2sday hashtag
- If you want to make it really hard for me to miss your post, add @DBAWayne to your tweet.
Do you want to be a T-SQL Tuesday host?
If you would like to host a T-SQL Tuesday event, jump on over to the T-SQL Tuesday site and request to host.