Last week reading (2017-12-17)

Last week reading (2017-12-17)

How Can I Become A Microsoft MVP?
Many people ask how to achieve the title, so Kevin Kline [T] answers. Forget, it’s not a recipe – just do what you love doing.

Try mssql-cli, a new interactive command line tool for SQL Server
SQL Server Team announced the Public Preview release of mssql-cli, a new and interactive command line query tool for SQL Server.

SQL Vulnerability Assessment now available for SQL Server 2012 and up
Has just been released on SSMS 17.4, check it out.

ADL Tools for Visual Studio Code (VSCode) supports Python & R Programming
#VSCode supports your #USQL scripts with #R and #Python

Connect(); 2017: SmartHotel360 Demo Apps and Architecture
SmartHotel360 is a fictitious smart hospitality company – Architecture diagram and sample code

SQL in the City Streamed – December 13 2017
Latest “SQL in the City” virtual event straight from Cambridge

15 Examples of Internet of Things Technology in Use Today
Examples of the technology in action nowadays.

HP laptops found to have hidden keylogger
Watch out! Your key-pressings might be logged “by mistake”

New in SSMS – Always On Availability Group Latency Reports
Find the bottleneck in the log transport flow between the Primary and the Secondary replicas

Knee-Jerk Wait Statistics : SOS_SCHEDULER_YIELD
Let’s have a look at that wait and refresh for what it’s responsible

Building a modern campus
Microsoft is building a sustainable and modern campus in Silicon Valley (video)

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