Announcing T-SQL Tuesday #88 – The daily (database-related) WTF
T-SQL Tuesday is a monthly blog party for the SQL Server community. It is the brainchild of Adam Machanic ( b | l | t ) and this month’s edition is hosted by yours truly. Each month a blog hosts the party and everybody who wants to contribute can write a post about the topic that is selected.
Yes, there are rules in a party like this, just like you don’t want a database without constraints, right? But since you are curious to get started, let’s reveal…
This Month’s Topic:
The daily (database-related) WTF
Be inspired by the IT horror stories from http://thedailywtf.com, and tell your own daily WTF story. The truly original way developers generated SQL in project X. Or what the grumpy "DBA" imposed on people in project Y. Or how the architect did truly weird "database design" on project Z
One of my favorite dailyWTF stories is the on about the BIG red button.
Could be that someone from within Amazon will tell that the true story of the AWS glitch last week was a T-SQL dynamic query gone bad.. Or that the HSBC online banking outage last month was as simple USE (wrong) database mistake. Or whatever you guys (or that guy over there) did.
The Fine Print (aka The Rules)
Your post must be published between 00:00:00 UTC and 23:59:59 UTC on Tuesday, March 14th 2017
Include the T-SQL Tuesday logo in the top of your post and link your post back to this one
If you’re on Twitter, tweet your post using the #tsql2sday
If you would like to be the host of a T-SQL2sday event, then please contact Adam Machanic (see detailed rules below).
So, there you are. GO!
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See the original invitation and detailed rules here: