Last Week Reading (2019-03-03)

Last Week Reading (2019-03-03)

Hey everyone! I was very busy at the SQLBits conference last week, but it did not stop me to prepare some materials for you.

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Data Never Rests
Video from SQLBits’ Keynote is available now as well as the majority of other sessions!

SQL Server 2019 community technology preview 2.3 is now available
Some exciting features have been announced at #SQLBits: Big data clusters, Database engine, SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS).

New Objects, Columns, and Messages in SQL Server 2019 CTP 2.3
Brent almost immediately scanned new version.

Python visualizations in Power BI Service
Build your own Python visualizations in Power BI which are being updated with cross-filtering in the report.

620 million accounts stolen from 16 hacked websites now for sale on dark web, seller boasts
I didn’t realize that the prices for stolen data are pretty low.

SQLBits on Twitter
Check out all popular tweets with #sqlbits hashtag for last week.

ASF 019: Simon Whiteley interview
Do listen or read our latest conversation.

A word from Microsoft’s CEO

Video: Microsoft shows off HoloLens 2 mixed reality headset at MWC

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