T-SQL Tuesday Roundup

Michael Swart rounds up the usual suspects:

There’s always some anxiety when throwing a party. Wondering whether it will be a smash. Well I had nothing to worry about with the twenty bloggers who participated last week. You guys hit it out of the park!

Michael put a lot of effort into making his round-up look nice and making my life a little easier by exposing me to a couple blogs I didn’t know about.  Great job.

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