T-SQL Tuesday 92 Roundup

Raul Gonzalez wraps up T-SQL Tuesday #92:

On July 2017’s event the proposed topic was aimed for all you to share those little secrets that made your tummy burn after pressing F5.

Since early in the morning I’ve been reading your posts which makes me very happy and feel the topic was certainly well accepted by the community.

In order of published date these are the posts that took part in this month’s event.

Click through to see the 17 entries this month.

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