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T-SQL Tuesday #89 Invitation – The times they are a-changing

t-sql tuesdayT-SQL Tuesday is a monthly blog party for the SQL Server community (or Microsoft Data Platform community. Although it’s called T-SQL Tuesday, it’s not limited to SQL Server database engine only). It is the brainchild of Adam Machanic (blog | twitter) and I’m honored to host this month’s edition. Each month a blog hosts the party and everybody who wants to contribute can write a post about the selected topic. You can find a list of all topics at http://tsqltuesday.com/.

This months topic is inspired by the blog post Will the Cloud Eat My DBA Job? by Kendra Little. Technology has changed a lot in the past years, especially with cloud/globalization/automation. What an impact has this had on your job? Do you feel endangered? Or do you have more exciting features/toys to work with? Do you embrace the change and learn new skills? Or do you hide in your cubicle and fear the robot uprising? Let us know how you handle all these changes, or how you feel there are no changes at all for your current job. I’m looking forward to learn how you feel about the future of data management/analysis and how you plan to deal with it.

Want to contribute? The rules are simple:

  • Blog about the topic at Tuesday 11th of April. If the post is up that day in your timezone, that’s fine. Include the TSQL2sDay logo and a link back to this invitation.
  • Notify me about your blog post in the comments, so I can gather them for a round-up.
  • If you tweet about your post , please use the hashtag #tsql2sday.


Koen Verbeeck

Koen Verbeeck is a Microsoft Business Intelligence consultant at element61, helping clients to get insight in their data. Koen has a comprehensive knowledge of the SQL Server BI stack, with a particular love for Integration Services. He's also a speaker at various conferences.


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