Andrew Baker

Expediency versus Best Practice!

Rumour has it that some grand old houses in the British Isles may be haunted. A SQL Server consultant spends a night in such a house musing over the use of T-SQL versus SSIS. The story is entirely fictitious and the article has been written pro bono and dedicated to the SQL Server community. For its interest, amusement and imagination.

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2015-02-02

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