"Tomorrow morning, you wake up and find you have enough money never to have to work another day.
Retired 3 years ago, after having been first introduced to databases via a relational DB utilized by Hewlett Packard. Developed in that ancient, oh so ancient technology, a complete General Ledger Accounting System. And then on to SQL 6.5 those many long years ago marveling at its strengths to do what I had done in a relational DB. Now keep active here an at home with SQL 2005/2008 for the shear joy of it.
Many years ago read an article in a British Medical journal, (the Lancet, if memory does not fail me). To wit, an active mind reduces the chances of suffering from old age diseases such as Alzhimers. And so with that element I consider learning and using T-SQL as a form of medication (self prescribed and hence inexpensive).
But most importantly ... It is fun
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