T-SQL Tuesday #158, Implementing Worst Practices
#tsql2sday is a monthly blog party on the second Tuesday of each month. Everyone is welcome to participate, so no matters you are an experienced blogger or you just want to start writing about SQL Server, this is a real good chance to add something to the community
Happy New Year to all and welcome to a new #tsql2sday event that I’m proudly hosting for this month.
This Month’s Topic
One of the most repeated answers to almost any question asked within the SQL Server community is that “everything depends”… Can that also apply to known best practices?
Furthermore, is it possible that some of the commonly agreed “worst practices” have indeed some use case where they can be useful or suit an edge use case?
This month I am asking you to write about those not-so-common practices that you may have implemented at some point and the reasons behind it, I have a few in my pocket that will make more than one a bit uncomfortable 😀
There a few rules to participate in this party, nothing complicated but let’s remind them to everyone.
- Your post must be published between 00:00:00 UTC and 23:59:59 UTC on Tuesday, Jan 10th
- Include the T-SQL Tuesday logo in the top of your post and link your post back to this one (preferably via a comment on this post)
- If you’re on Twitter, tweet your post using the #tsql2sday (if you’re not on Twitter, get on it!)
I really look forward to reading your blog posts.