Last week reading (2018-10-07)

Last week reading (2018-10-07)

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 have prepared for you.

Fun with DAX – Minesweeper

So y’all bored on Monday? Check out the contest posted by Philip Seamark. If you like the good old Minesweeper game and love playing with Power BI than this is just for you.

Syllabuck: Ignite 2018 Conference

What can I say – all Ignite sessions in one place. Great job Buck Woody! You can go directly to YouTube channel looking for great sessions!

Summary of my Container Series

This is  link to collection of blogpost that Andrew Pruski has written about containers. I got to work a bit with containers and his posts are great introduction to this topic.

What to do (or not do) about top wait stats

Aaron Bertrand discusses waits… I love his blog and the approach he has to the topic. Not only to this one but in general. It is always worth to spend time reading his articles. By the way – Aaron will be speaking during the SQLDay 2019 !

VIDEO!!! Demonstrating APPROX_COUNT_DISTINCT

Joe Sack discusses the new feature of the SQL Server 2019.  Great! Waiting for more demos like this one!

Bonus – Colossal Collection of Convenient Cheat Sheets for Curious DataScientists

Because sometimes we need just to have a quick look on the material….

 

And!!!! Don’t miss it!

There is a podcast with Itzik Ben-Gan published!

Cheers,

Damian

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