The 2018 Blog Posts You Commented On the Most

Of the blog posts we published in 2018, here are the ones that got you talking the most. These comment counts are as of December 17th (writing this post a little ahead of time.)

10. SQL Server Patches for Meltdown and Spectre Attacks, Brent Ozar – 26 comments.

9. Index Tuning Week: How Many Indexes are Too Many?, Brent Ozar – 26 comments.

8. Stupid T-SQL Tricks, Brent Ozar – 31 horrified comments.

7. Troubleshooting Parameter Sniffing Issues the Right Way, Part 1, Tara Kizer – 33 comments on this evergreen topic.

6. The Annals of Hilariously Bad Code, Part 1: Critique the Code, Erik Darling – like a public peer code review with 35 comments.

5. What Should We Change About the Data Professional Salary Survey for 2019?, Brent Ozar – 35 comments with some great feedback that we incorporated in this year’s survey.

4. Book Review: Inside SQL Server 6.5, Brent Ozar – 41 comments.

3. Quick Tips for Debugging Large Stored Procedures, Erik Darling – 51 comments.

2. Let’s Give the Optimizer a Name, Erik Darling – 66 comments. Hard to pick a favorite, but I’d probably go with Sheldon.

1. How to Suck at Database Administration, Tara Kizer – with 155 comments, most of which focused on signs that you probably suck as a DBA.

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