I’m often frustrated by things that are either not implemented well, or at all, in SQL Server. I don’t want to make a list here, because I don’t want to dissuade anyone from commenting, but here’s a picture of me reading it.
And yes, the grass may always be greener on other platforms. Oracle and Postgres have some pretty amazing things in them that I think could solve some pretty big problems, and fill some pretty big holes for developers.
Anyway, this post is about you, dear reader.
If you could design your ideal database to work with, what would you do differently than what SQL Server does?
Thanks for reading (and hopefully commenting)!
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