T-SQL Tuesday #83 Roundup

Andy Mallon handles T-SQL Tuesday duties this month:

For this month’s T-SQL Tuesday, I asked people to blog about the same old problems we’ve been dealing with for years. There were some great posts, including a batch of first-time contributors. You’ll notice some overlapping themes as you read through these responses–I think those themes represent some of the biggest, most important problems we have (like being able to restore backups). Thanks for everyone who contributed this month!

This was an interesting one with quite a few contributors.

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