Last week reading (2018-11-18)

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

ASF 016 video invitation

“Power BI is just growing and growing and getting better and better at an amazing rate.” Who said that? Watch the video trailer and guess who is the next guest.

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T-SQL Tuesday #108 – Non SQL Server Technologies

It’s T-SQL Tuesday #108. This month’s topic is hosted by Malathi Mahadevan (B|T) and she asks us to… “pick one thing you want to learn that is not SQL Server.

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Last week reading (2018-11-11)

Hello folks, how are you today? It was a very comprehensive week and many of my friends returned home after PASS Summit. As always, PASS Summit is the event where you

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SQL Relay became Data Relay 2018

It was very long and hard-working week (8.10-12.10). I was with my data-geek #SQLfamily and friends at the (SQL) Data Relay conference. This is kind of log of that journey. Do expect

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Last week reading (2018-11-04)

Good morning folks! I wish you very good week at work, at home or wherever you are/will be. Last week brought super-exciting news to me. What it was? Check at

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How to create DACPAC file?

In this post I will explain what the DACPAC is and how to create it. In previous post in DevOps series I described how to create new, empty database project

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Last week reading (2018-10-28)

Good day SQL folks! It is Monday again… I have no idea what can I say on this cold and cloudy day. Just take your time and read what I

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ASF 015: Kalen Delaney interview

Introduction Kalen Delaney has been working with SQL Server since 1987 when she joined the Sybase Corporation in Berkeley, California. Kalen has an independent international trainer and consultant since 1992. She