SQL New Blogger Challenge November 2015 Edition – Week 3 Digest

This week’s #sqlnewblogger posts!

Author Post
@eleightondick [T-SQL Tuesday] Data modeling: The trouble with prefixes | The Data Files
@tomsql Adventures With TomSQL, aka Tom Staab
@EdDebug Automatically name primary key constraints in SSDT | the.agilesql.club
@rabryst Born SQL on Twitter: “Temporal Tables – Under the Covers with the Transaction Log. 
@YatesSQL Community Involvement–Why Wait? | The SQL Professor
@cjsommer Identity Column Increment Value (EVEN/ODD) | cjsommer.com
@DBA_ANDY Nebraska SQL from @DBA_ANDY: CHECKDB – The database could not be exclusively locked to perform the operation
@ALevyInROC Selectively Locking Down Data – Gracefully – The Rest is Just Code
@eleightondick SQLNewBlogger, Week 3 | The Data Files
@tomsql Being Our Collective Best
@SQLMickey T-SQL Tuesday #72 Summary – Data Modeling Gone Wrong | Mickey’s T-SQL Ponderings
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