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Last Week Reading (2019-01-27)

Hello guys, a few internet posts that you might find interested. Press Azure SQL Analytics—Automating Deployment Apparently, it wasn’t an easy piece of work as Joey D’Antoni has thought. Generating Reports Using

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ASF 018: Mladen Prajdic interview

Introduction Mladen Prajdić is a Data Platform MVP from Slovenia. He’s been professionally programming for over 15 years, developing different types of applications in .Net (C#) and SQL Server, ranging

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17 months of podcasting – recap

Before I publish the next episode of “Ask SQL Family” podcast, I would like to stop and look back for a while. Any time is good for that kind of summarize,

Last Week Reading (2019-01-20)

Hello folks! Good morning on Monday morning and let’s go through some interesting news from the #data world. Press Using Docker to run Integration Tests for dbachecks This time, my friend

Last Week Reading (2019-01-13)

Good morning chaps! Bunch of news from the world of data freshly served. Press Office Hours 2019/1/2 (With Transcriptions) The last episode. Personally, I’m sad, but waiting for new ideas

ASF 018 video invitation

What popular tool has he created in 2006? How many people do live in our guest’s country? What can give you a valuable perspective? New podcast episode is coming (next

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Store sensitive information with Azure Key Vault

Azure Key Vault is a service which allows you to keep and manage passwords, certificates and other sensitive information securely. Out of the box we have capabilities to manage permissions having

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Last Week Reading (2019-01-06)

Good morning chaps! Bunch of news from data’s world freshly served. Press Introduction to Testing Your PowerShell Code with Pester Robert Cain introduces us Pester for making tests. 9 popular

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Unattended installation of SQL Server

It is a third post on series related to installation and configuration of SQL Server installations. This series is for professionals who start their journey with SQL Server administration and

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The most-read posts in 2018

Good morning #sqlfamily folks! The very first post in the new year 2019. Tell me: when this time passed??? The year 2018 has just gone. From the blog perspective, it was