The most-read posts in 2018

The most-read posts in 2018

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Good morning #sqlfamily folks!
The very first post in the new year 2019. Tell me: when this time passed??? The year 2018 has just gone. From the blog perspective, it was the first, full year of posting.
It’s about time to wrap up the statistics of the year. I mean… not in numbers but in popularity of blog posts. Let’s see what articles were visited the most. Surprisingly (at least for me), series of the podcast is not in the top 10*.

  1. SCD type 1 & type 2 in MERGE statement
  2. Slowly Changing Dimensions (SCD)
  3. New DB project with SSDT and import existing database
  4. #TSQL2sDay – How SQLPackage.exe can spoil your deployment
  5. Azure Data Factory v2 and its available components in Data Flows
  6. sp_send_dbmail fails with query result attached as file
  7. How to create DACPAC file?
  8. Setting up Code Repository for Azure Data Factory v2
  9. Functions in the USQL – the hidden gem in the Summer 2017 Update
  10. Preparation for SQL Server installation

* Ranking based on Unique Page Views from Google Analytics.

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