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Scalar UDF Inlining, introduced in SQL Server 2019, promises to improve the performance of Scalar UDFs. Let’s look into the performance gains this offers.

SQL Server 2019 introduces Scalar UDF Inlining, which is supposed to improve the performance of Scalar UDFs. This post investigates this new feature.

In this T-SQL Tuesday post, I answer Andy Leonards question of “Why do you do what you do”? It comes down to I automate what I can so that I can be lazy.

SQL Server 2017 has enhanced the security requirements for using CLRs. Read on to see what I ran into, and how I was able to get CLRs to work!

From a DBA’s perspective, automation is something that is absolutely necessary. This post shows just a few areas where I use automation in my life.

Next,  Advent of Code 2018 – Day 6 As I explained in a recent post, I’m participating in this year’s Advent of Code challenge, with the twist of doing the challenges in T-SQL. In case you don’t know what “Advent of Code” is, Eric Wastl (t) created it for the purpose of, as Eric describes […]

A T-SQL approach to solving the 2018 “Advent of Code” programming challenge. This solution includes a physical tally table.

A T-SQL approach to solving the 2018 “Advent of Code” programming challenge. This solution includes a recursive case-sensitive string replacement.

A T-SQL approach to solving the 2018 “Advent of Code” programming challenge. This solution includes a virtual tally table and getting data from prior rows.

A T-SQL approach to solving the 2018 “Advent of Code” programming challenge. This solution includes a virtual tally table and pivoting data

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