T-SQL Tuesday #119 – What changes my mind

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T-SQL Tuesday #119 – What changes my mind

T-SQL Tuesday series (the monthly blog party) has been started by Adam Machanic and co-ordinated by Steve Jones. This month’s topic is hosted by my friend Alex Yates. He is

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Last Week Reading (2019-10-06)

Hello Azure/Power/BI/Data fella! Another two weeks passed very quickly and the new edition of Community conference in the UK is about to begin. Check whether you can attend one of

Starting as DBA from zero 0 Comments

What is containerization?

It is the first post on series related to installation and configuration of containers on the Microsoft Windows platform. This series is for professionals who start their journey with the

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ASF 025: Rob Farley interview

Introduction Rob Farley is a Microsoft Certified Master, Microsoft Certified Trainer and is a recipient of the Microsoft MVP Award for SQL Server since 2006. Rob provides consulting and training

Last Week Reading (2019-09-22)

Hello #datafolks! Let’s review what happened last week in Data World. It’s hard to admit but I missed last week’s post due to my visit to Sweden (SQLSaturday) and not

ASF 025 video invitation

It’s time to announce and disclose our next guest of the podcast “Ask SQL Family”. Ladies and gents, please to meet Rob Farley, who has come to us from Australia.

Last Week Reading (2019-09-08)

Hello all and welcome after my one month of my absence. What was I doing? Thank you for asking! I have been on holiday. ONE month of very relaxing, bit

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Speaking at SQL Saturday #898 Gothenburg

In a week time from now, I will be landing in Gothenburg, Sweden. SQLSaturday #898 will take place over there and I gonna speaking as large as life. I’m doubly

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The next crucial step in my career

It’s Wednesday, 31st of July 2019. I will remember this day for a few reasons. Not only that but the last 18 months I spent working with amazing people, in

Last Week Reading (2019-07-28)

I believe that most of you have got a holiday already (enjoy!) or are planning some now. This is the last post of “Last Week Reading” series before my holiday.