Last Week Reading (2020-06-21)

Last Week Reading (2020-06-21)

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New AI-900 exam
If you don’t feel comfortable with AI check online learning paths available in the middle of the page.

New DP-900 exam
Want to check yourself for new Azure Data certification? Take new Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals exam.

Azure Data Studio – June 2020 release
New version of the well-known multi-database, cross-platform desktop environment for data professionals.

Azure Data Studio Extension
SQL Server Assessment Extension for Azure Data Studio provides a user interface for evaluating your SQL Server instances and databases for best practices.

Azure responds to COVID-19
Awesome video from Mark Russinovich how Microsoft Azure responded to COVID-19.

SQL Server on Virtual Machine
Wondering how to setup VM for SQL Server? Check this book for best practices.

A word from former Microsoft’s CEO:

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Michal Sadowski
Michal Sadowski 13 posts

Senior Database Platform Engineer, leader of Krakow chapter of Data Community Krakow - PASS Chapter. With more than 10 years of experience in Microsoft technology, helps in advisory for performance optimization on database and application levels. Holds many Microsoft certificates including MCSA: Windows Server 2008/2012/2016, MCSA: SQL Server 2012/2014/2016, MCSE: Data Platform and MCT.

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