In this post I want to cover my T-SQL Tuesday #118 invitation. Because recently I’ve had to submit suggestions to Microsoft about Azure DevOps and SQL Server.
I will admit a couple of the suggestions had certainly been in my head for a while. In fact, I wish I had suggested them sooner.
Because of this reason I have chosen this topic for this month’s T-SQL Tuesday. For those of you who are new to T-SQL Tuesday you can read more about it in detail here.
My invitation to yourselves this month is to write a post about a fantasy SQL Server feature you’ve got in mind.
It can be absolutely anything at all related to SQL Server. For example, it could be about a new SQL Server operator to improve queries or a new service that does something amazing.
So, you can stretch your imagination as far as you want to. In fact, I actively encourage it.
Of course, if you have already submitted a suggestion to Microsoft about something that you are particularly keen on than you are welcome to post about that instead.
However, one piece of advice if you do post about a suggestion you have submitted already. I recommend a link to your suggestion as well for all to see.
Something else you might be tempted to do is submit your suggestion about SQL Server to Microsoft before you publish your post.
Again, something else which I encourage you to do if you have something in mind. In fact, I’ll even provide the link to the SQL Server suggestion site here.
T-SQL Tuesday rules
Of course, new contributors to T-SQL Tuesday are always welcome. Just remember that there are some rules to this which are as below:
- Your post must be published on Tuesday 10th September. This counts if it’s still Tuesday anywhere in the world.
- Include the T-SQL Tuesday Logo and make it link to this invitation post.
- Ping backs should work, but to be sure, add a comment to this post with a link to your own so I know where to find it.
- Tweet about your post using the #tsql2sday hashtag.