Last Week Reading (2019-04-21)

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Last Week Reading (2019-04-21)

Hello Data Folk! There is plenty of readings for this week, so grab a coffee and let’s start digging in! Press Smarter, faster, safer: Azure SQL Data Warehouse is simply

ASF 021 video invitation (Star Wars Theme)

Since now, we will not keep our guests in secret. We want you to be prepared and wait if you’re interested in. First time 2 vs 2 in #AskSQLFamily podcast.

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Last Week Reading (2019-04-07)

Good morning guys and gals! This time many updates and articles from ADF field, so keep reading once you sit comfortably with coffee in a hand. Press Handling Schema Drift

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Last Week Reading (2019-03-31)

Hello SQL/Data folks! The first week after returning from MVP Summit (Redmond, USA) was murderous for me. What about your past week? In this post, as every week, I review

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ASF 020: Paweł Potasiński interview

Introduction CTO at Clouds On Mars, former Microsoft employee as Data Insights Product Manager for Poland. In 2007 Pawel started Polish SQL Server User Group (PLSSUG), currently known as Data

Last Week Reading (2019-03-24)

OMG! My brain almost blew up. All because of MVP Summit I’ve just returned from. Obviously (due to NDA), I can’t tell you what I’ve seen and found out, tons

ASF 020 video invitation

New podcast’s episode is coming (next Friday) and in the meantime, take a look you can watch that episode’s trailer. Do you know which conference was inspired by the SQLBits

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Installation SQL Server client tools

It is the fourth post on series related to installation and configuration of SQL Server client tools required. This series is for professionals who start their journey with SQL Server

Last Week Reading (2019-03-17)

Hi there! I’m in Bellevue, WA today when finishing this post. My first MVP Summit and the second trip to the US ever. A very exciting week is coming for

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Last Week Reading (2019-03-10)

Press Databricks-Connect – FINALLY! Do write your code in VS Code and run it remotely on Azure Databricks cluster. Automatically validate E-mail attachments with Flow and Power BI Send an