T-SQL Tuesday Roundup

Jens Vestergaard has his round-up of favorite SQL Server features:

This week, I have been looking forward to the time where I got to read through all the contributions to my#TSQL2SDAY invitation: Favorite SQL Server Feature. Very happy to see this many. I have added a short description of each blog post, as well as my own personal key take-away(s).

So, in no particular order, I give you the round-up:

I like T-SQL Tuesday for several reasons; one of the more selfish reasons is that each month, I get to expand my blogroll a little bit further.  This was a particularly good one, so check out the entrants.

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