It's the start of a brand new year, and hopefully many of you are not anywhere near your work today. I hope to be running a 5k this morning, so I'm up early, at my usual time for work, getting ready with a jolt of coffee before a nice jog. I haven't run a lot the last few months, so I'm just going for fun. I'm writing this early, so if the weather is bad, I'll likely go to yoga instead.
In any case, this is usually a day off for most people working with data, so I hope you enjoy yourself with a quiet day before we begin the new work year tomorrow. I'm excited, with less travel, to tackle some projects around SSC. We are looking to upgrade hardware and software, moving into the new era of SQL Server, maybe even with graph tables! If there's something you'd like to see, apart from bug fixes, let us know. I'll be meeting in the next few weeks to lay out a direction and try to get moving forward.
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