Thursday, March 03, 2016

Did you know I have a github repository for stuff I run over and over?

There are queries or commands that I run every now and then. I typically don’t have these stored on my computer; to find this code I usually find the blog post I made and copy paste it from there. This becomes a pain in the neck sometimes because I don’t quite remember the title of the post, so I might be spending a good amount of time looking for it. I decided to put some of the code that I run frequently up on github.

You will see code to find index fragmentation as well code to concatenate rows into columns. So there are two kinds of code here. Code that you can run as is and code that you will plug into a stored procedure after you make changes to the table names. You can find that github repository here

Besides the Common Tasks repository, I also have a Today I Learned repository. A collection of concise write-ups on small things I learn day to day across a variety of languages and technologies. These are things that don't really warrant a full blog post.

You can find that project here

With the Today I Learned repository you will find that there are not many things yet. The reason is that I just started this repository, but since SQl Server 2016 is just around the corner, I will start playing around with SQL Server 2016 more and more, thus the Today I Learned repository will become bigger soon.

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