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T-SQL Tuesday Retrospective #009: Beach Time

(If you’d like to read my other T-SQL Tuesday Retrospective posts, click here.) In August 2010, Jason Brimhall (blog | Twitter) invited us to discuss preparing for vacations: “Write about what you have done to be able to get a break from the job. Beach time is usually vacation time, but is really anything that
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Dates and Times in SQL Server: the science of time redux

Last time, we began an in-depth look at how time is measured. This post continues our journey. If any of you are students of Albert Einstein and his theory of relativity, this might seem familiar. How does a computer know what time it is? Inside the guts of every computer is a clock (called a
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Dates and Times in SQL Server: the science of time

Now that we have covered the various date and time data types (see the post from last time) in SQL Server and Azure SQL Database, it’s time to review what we know about time itself and how it is measured, so that we have a basic understanding of how and when to use these data
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