Last week reading (2018-10-28)

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 have prepared for you.

What is Public Key Cryptography?

Let’s start with the security first. A very good place to start with reading about securtiy. There are some code as well and a reference to my second favourite topic whic is ECC (Eliptic-Curve Cryptography)

What is Azure Data Studio?

Meet Azure Data Studio. Previously released under the preview name SQL Operations Studio, is a cross-platform database tool for data professionals using the Microsoft family of on-premises and cloud data platforms on Windows, MacOS, and Linux.

Data Is The Foundation For Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning

This time we look into the Forbes magazine to find out that the most important thing in the future will be data, machine learning and AI. Good for us!

On-premises data gateway October update is now available

The October update for the On-premises data gateway has been released! I am very happy to see a support to the SAP-HANA single sign-on (in preview). Check what’s more this month!

String or Binary data would be truncated: replacing the infamous error 8152

Yes, we have it! This message has been finally addressed in the SQL Server 2019 CTP2 but wait for it! You shoud expect it to be present in the SQL Server 2016 and 2017 🙂 Read the article for more details.

 

And!!!! Don’t miss it!

There is a podcast with Itzik Ben-Gan published! And more to come very soon !

Cheers,

Damian

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