Wayne Sheffield

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I was recently just letting my mind wander. As it’s prone to do, all sorts of things just entered into it. Things like: It’s a wonderful time of the year. Lot’s of places I’m going to with #sqllearning potential. There’s a lot of resolutions I need to work on. Considering how well I did with […]

So here it is, the second Tuesday of the month. This means that it is time for our favorite Tuesday activity – the SQL world-wide blogging party know as T-SQL Tuesday. The brainchild of Adam Machanic, this is an event where for 24 hours, SQL bloggers will blog about a topic selected by an individual. […]

Execution Plan Operators to investigate when having performance problems with SQL queries.

It’s time for our monthly blogging party, commonly known as T-SQL Tuesday. This month, Bob Pusateri is providing the motivation by selecting the topic, and he would like to know how we came to love presenting. Being the inquisitive type, Bob would like to know things like what was the first time you gave a […]

Last week, I hosted the T-SQL Tuesday blogging party event, and the topic was on how do you use PowerShell with SQL. We had a pretty good turnout with 22 blog posts, and here is the recap of our party (if I missed you, please post a comment and I’ll add it to here): Rick […]

T-SQL Tuesday Party History In case you’ve been hiding out in the desert, oblivious to all that goes on, there is a monthly force that comes out for a party on (normally) the second Tuesday of each month. It was started by Adam Machanic (blog|twitter), and is hosted by a different person from the SQL […]

This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is hosted by Jason Brimhall. Being as this is January, lots of people are making New Year’s resolutions. Well, Jason doesn’t want to hear about that… but he does want to know how you have stood firm by a story that utilizes “resolve”, “resolute” or “resolution”. Last year, in my quest […]

  Here we are at TSQL Tuesday #37 – the start of the fourth year. Sebastian Meine (@sqlity / blog) is hosting this month’s T-SQL Tuesday blogging party, and he wants us to “write about topics like the good and the bad patterns of joining you have seen out there”. (Sebastian is also running a […]

Chris Yates (@YatesSQL / blog) is hosting the T-SQL Tuesday blogging party this month, and he wants to know “What does the SQL Community mean to you?”. SQL Community To me, the SQL Community is folks helping other folks. Being supportive. Giving advice. Mentoring. Teaching others to fish from the SQL Pond. From what I’ve […]

This month, T-SQL Tuesday is being hosted by Nigel Sammy. Since the RTM of SQL Server 2012 just occurred, he wants to know: “What do you think is a useful feature of SQL Server 2012?” Well, if you’ve been following my blog, then this should not be much of a surprise to you. My #1 […]

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