Last week reading (2018-12-09)

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Last week reading (2018-12-09)

Good day SQL folks! Here is your weekly list of articles worth to read! Azure Cosmos DB SQL language reference Azure Cosmos DB supports querying documents using a familiar SQL

ASF 017 video invitation

What wasn’t really designed for people of guest’s stature? From who his every good decision does come from? New podcast episode is coming (next Friday) and in the meantime you

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Speaking at SQL Saturday #782 Slovenia

In coming weekend I will be speaking at SQL Saturday in Ljubljana, Slovenia. I’m extra happy because I do it again, third time in a row. If you’ve been there

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Azure Data Factory v2 and its available components in Data Flows

Many of you (including me) wonder about it. Namely: Is it possible to move my ETL process from SSIS to ADF? How can I reflect current SSIS Data Flow business

Last week reading (2018-12-02)

Hello folks, This is a quick roundup of Internet posts from last week. Have a good reading! Create and configure a self-hosted integration runtime This solution allows you integrate your

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Last week reading (2018-11-25)

Good day SQL folks! Here is your weekly list of articles worth to read! Failover Detection Utility – Availability Group Failover Analysis Made Easy To analyze the root cause for

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ASF 016: Chris Webb interview

Introduction Chris Webb is independent consultant specialising in Analysis Services, MDX, Power Pivot, DAX, Power Query and Power BI in general. He has been blogging about Microsoft BI for over

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Starting from zero – Temporal tables, part 3

Today I would like to show how to implement temporal table solution when you have an existing table already present in the database. But this will not be all you

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Last week reading (2018-11-18)

No, you don’t need a blockchain Thomas LaRock (T) says: “Don’t buy a blockchain solution unless you know for certain you need one.” Anatomy of a spool Hugo (T) collected

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Starting from zero – Temporal tables, part 2

This article is the second one in a series. You can find part one on our blog. This time I would like to start with defining one more table that