Reblog: September 12 to September 18

StrateSQL, 2014-09-19

surprise stone

Photo credit – Jenn and Tony Bot

Sometimes old stuff is just as cool as new stuff. Over the past few years, I’ve written a few things that are worth a revisit from time to time. In this post, you’ll find a list of previous year’s blog posts that came out in the past week. Maybe just one of them may make you as excited as our little stone statue friend here.

The posts for this past week in previous years are:

Do you have something from years gone by that was posted during this week?  If so, leave a comment below and we’ll give some new life to good knowledge.


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