T-SQL Tuesday Roundup

Mala Mahadevan has the roundup for this month’s T-SQL Tuesday:

Thank you to all of you for taking time to contribute. I like the suggestion made by Glenda Gable on being partners to help with accountability on our goals. If anyone feels up to this just leave a comment below, we can set up a slack channel or something similar to help each other.

There were quite a few entries this month.

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