Thank You for 2021

The first full calendar year of this blog is drawing to an end. I’ve had many more visitors than I would have expected and I hope I was able to provide some good insight. Whether you’ve been visiting for awhile, are here for the first time, or have been kind enough to share posts, I sincerely say thank you!

If you don’t have a blog but you’re one of those people that has considered starting a blog, JUST DO IT! You don’t have to post every day or multiple posts a week on a schedule. You don’t have to do it with the goal of having X amount of visitors or “likes.” Do it for yourself and to learn. You have nothing to lose.

Changing it Up

While I still want to try having what’s become a typical blog post once a week, I might sprinkle some different styles of posts to mix things up. I have a tentative plan in mind so we’ll see what happens. I have a long list of potential blog topics to sort through and I plan to have a mix of those with current technology related events. I kind of want to focus on more cloud environment topics so we’ll see where that goes.

Life and work get downright crazy at times and that still needs to take priority but I’m excited to keep this blog active and growing.

Top 5 of 2021

These are the most viewed posts of 2021.

  1. Querying XML Data in SQL Server
  2. Updating dbatools
  3. Handling Unused Indexes
  4. What is the SQL CEIP Service
  5. Corrupting a Database For Fun

Happy New Year!

Have a safe and happy new year and I’ll see you in 2022!

Thanks for reading!

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