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T-SQL Tuesday July 2018 – Working with Dates

This snippet is so nice, I’m posting it again! I’ve utilized the script below at least once a week, for either reports, or working with large data sets. Rather than reinventing the wheel, I’m posting […]

Jul, 10
See how to use built in stored procedures to grow the WorldWideImporters SQL Server database with new, current data.

Generate fresh data for WideWorldImporters

See how to use built in stored procedures to grow the WorldWideImporters SQL Server database with new, current data.

Dec, 28

Loop over dates in SQL Server

I’ve written the script below at least once a month, for either reports, or working with large data sets. Rather than reinventing the wheel, I’m posting my code here and to GitHub for everyone to […]

Dec, 27
Learn how to recover the Report Data tab in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)

Recover the missing Report Data tab in SSRS

Learn how to recover the Report Data tab in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)

Jan, 13
You can use a VB or C# message box to view the current value of a variable. No more guessing!

View SSIS Variables via Message Box

You can use a VB or C# message box to view the current value of a variable. No more guessing!

May, 19
I'm back in Austin from SQL Saturday 408 in Houston, TX and back at work. The event was a great success and I liked everything from top to bottom. You can get the slides from all the sessions, including mine at the event page.

SQL Saturday 408 – Event Wrap Up

I’m back in Austin from SQL Saturday 408 in Houston, TX and back at work. The event was a great success and I liked everything from top to bottom. You can get the slides from all the sessions, including mine at the event page.

Jun, 24

Training Links

At work, we are approved for 2 training classes per year. Here is a list of SQL Server training classes that I’ve found, aside the the popular ones everyone knows about: Global Knowledge Quick Start […]

Nov, 07

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