Last Week Reading (2019-05-12)

Last Week Reading (2019-05-12)

Hello folks! One week passed, another one almost began. And that will be a crazy week on two conferences. Today, I’m in Wroclaw (Poland) where we’re prepping SQLDay conference – the biggest conference about Microsoft Data Platform services in this part of Europe. On Friday, I’m going to Kiev for SQL Saturday in Ukraine. Busy week!

Press

Get the YTD of the same period last year
Kasper (T) is doing reexamining of his one of the most (10-years old btw) popular blog post, still valid.

The Most Valuable Company (for Now) Is Having a Nadellaissance
How that does happen that Microsoft has overtaken Apple to become the world’s most valuable company.

Microsoft Build 2019 Event Roundup
Here Are The Biggest Announcements.

Analytics in Azure remains unmatched with new innovations
Easily transform data at massive cloud scale in a code-free design environment – Full public preview now!

SQL Database serverless (preview)
Pause and resume a single database and base on billing per second.

Roadmap for Enterprise Modeling with Power BI and Azure AS
Christian Wade (T) discusses the future of Enterprise BI solutions on the Microsoft Platform.

Should I pluralize table names, is it Person, Persons, People or People?
Hard to do not agree. Check the arguments if you have such discussions in your team/company.

A word from Microsoft’s CEO

Video: Coca-Cola on Azure Cosmos DB

Smile Corner

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