• Just a question. Shouldn’t it be an SQL joke, not a SQL joke, as in sedinng out an SOS (famous Police song) not a SOS? Sorry to be pedantic but I revise the English of many Spanish University professors and I always tell them an SQL and was interested to see that you put a SQL. Thanks Danny

  • It depends. SQL is often pronounced ‘sequel’ (well, by people you started using SQL back in the dim and distant past).

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