SQL New Blogger Digest – Week 2

I didn’t intend for last week’s digest to also be my post for week two of the challenge, but life got in the way and I wasn’t able to complete the post that I really wanted in time. So, that post will be written much earlier in week three and completed well ahead of the deadline.

Here are the posts collected from week two of the SQL New Blogger Challenge. It’s been compiled the same way last week’s was.

Author Post
@AaronBertrand #SQLNewBlogger Roundup – SQL Sentry Team Blog
@MtnDBA #SQLNewBlogger Week 2 – Teach Something New | DBA With Altitude
@ceedubvee A Insider’s View of the Autism Spectrum: Autism and Information Technology: Back on the Job Hunt
@DwainCSQL An Easter SQL | dwaincsql
@DwainCSQL An Even Faster Method of Calculating the Median on a Partitioned Heap | dwaincsql
@arrowdrive Anders On SQL: Stupid stuff I have done. 1/? Or, How I learned to stop GUIing and love the script
@MattBatalon Another TRUNCATE vs. DELETE tidbit… | Matt Batalon
@way0utwest April Blogging Challenge 2 – Primary Key in CREATE TABLE | Voice of the DBA
@GuruArthur Arthur BaanSQL Server error 17310 – Arthur Baan
@Pittfurg Blog Series: SQL Server Backup and Restores with PowerShell – Port 1433
@fade2blackuk Checking SQL Server User Role Membership with PowerShell « SQL DBA with A Beard
@gorandalf Database Compatibility Level 101 | Gorandalf’s SQL Blog
@nocentino Designing for offloaded log backups in AlwaysOn Availability Groups – Monitoring – Centino Systems Blog
@SqlrUs Detaching a Database – File Security Gotcha | John Morehouse | sqlrus.com
@MartynJones76 Devon DBA: Check Database Integrity Task Failed … Oh Dear Master Luke!
@toddkleinhans How Do You Visualize Abstractions? | toddkleinhans.com
@AalamRangi How to Have Standard Logging in SSIS and Avoid Traps | SQL Erudition
@gorandalf How to Test Existing T-SQL Code Before Changing the Compatibility Level | Gorandalf’s SQL Blog
@EdDebug HOWTO-Get-T-SQL-Into-SSDT | the.agilesql.club
@DBAFromTheCold In-Memory OLTP: Part 2 – Indexes | The DBA Who Came In From The Cold
@nicharsh It’s a Harsh Reality – SQL Sentry Team Blog
@SQLBek Learn Something New – SSMS Tips & Tricks « Every Byte Counts
@cjsommer Modify SQL Agent Jobs using PowerShell and SMO | cjsommer.comcjsommer.com
@MyHumbleSQLTips My Humble SQL Tips: Full List of SQL Server 2014 DMVs
@MyHumbleSQLTips My Humble SQL Tips: Running DBCC CHECKDB on TEMPDB
@way0utwest New Blogger Challenge 1 – Adding a Primary Key | Voice of the DBA
@uMa_Shankar075 Querying Microsoft SQL Server: In Memory Optimized Table in SQL Server 2014
@Jorriss Random Thoughts of Jorriss
@pmpjr Sidenote, the 4200 databases are a different story for another week… | I have no idea what I’m doing
@ALevyInROC SQL New Blogger Challenge Weekly Digest | The Rest is Just Code
@jh_randall SQL Server Monitoring – Getting it Right – SQL Sentry
@cathrinew Table Partitioning in SQL Server – The Basics – Cathrine Wilhelmsen
@eleightondick Teach Something New: PowerShell Providers [T-SQL Tuesday #065] | The Data Files
@rabryst The Art of Improvisation – Born SQL
@DBAFromTheCold The DBA Who Came In From The Cold | Advice on working as a SQL Server DBA
@Lance_LT The estimated query plan and the plan cache (Part 2) | Lance Tidwell the Silent DBA
@SQLJudo TSQL Tue 65: Memory Optimized Hash Indexes | Russ Thomas – SQL Judo
@sqlsanctum T-SQL Tuesday #065 – Teach Something New – APPLY | SQL Sanctum
@_KenWilson T-SQL Tuesday #65: FMT_ONLY Replacements | Ken Wilson
@m82labs Untangling Dynamic SQL · m82labs
@cathrinew Using a Numbers Table in SQL Server to insert test data – Cathrine Wilhelmsen
@tpet1433 Why yes I can do table level restores – Tim Peters
@Jorriss Why You Absolutely Need Alternate Keys: A Unique Constraint Story
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