TSQL Tuesday Coming Up

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Published on: August 3, 2010

The next TSQL Tuesday is only 1 week away.  This month the topic covers getting a little R&R.  We would like to know some of the things that you do in order to get the much deserved R&R.  Even if R&R means that you are changing jobs and you need to have peace of mind knowing that you were honorable in what you left behind for the replacement.

You can read more about this months topic in my blog on the topic (I am the host this month).  You can read all about it here.  After reading about it, write something up and submit your entry.

Have fun writing your entry this month and be sure to share it.

Thanks

Jason

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