Last Week Reading (2018-12-23)

Last Week Reading (2018-12-23)

The Christmas is coming. But before we start the festive time and sit down to the Christmas Eve dinner – a few articles to feed up our brains (before we feed up our tummies).
Merry Christmas to everyone!
Kamil

Press

Comparison Review: Microsoft SSDT vs Redgate SQL Source Control
Interested in DevOps for MSSQL databases? Check this comparison prepared by Alex (T) and published by Brent (T).

Why DataOps and not just DevOps?
Code and Data are very different – Terry McCann (T) is explaining.

Using Biml to automagically keep your external polybase tables in sync!
Ben (T) presents a way of reducing the pain of setting up and maintain external tables.

automated data masking
Chrissy LeMaire (T) and Sander Stad (T) present a new data protection feature in dbatools.

Power BI And Column Order In M Queries And Dataset Tables
Chris (T) shows a scenario when column order does matter.

Microsoft Power BI roadmap
Which direction the product goes in the year 2019.

Azure Data Factory Data Flow
James Serra’s (T) observations about #ADFDF.

Cumulative Update #13 for SQL Server 2017 RTM
Time to update?

A word from Microsoft’s CEO

Video

PITTA – Transformative Autonomous 4K Selfie Drone

Smile corner

Previous Installation of SQL Server using GUI
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