T-SQL Tuesday 88 Roundup

Kennie Nybo Pontoppidan has a roundup for this week’s T-SQL Tuesday:

Last duty for me as a T-SQL Tuesday host is to write up a summary of all the posts. Soooo, here we go…

Kennie goes the extra mile and summarizes each story with a moral.

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