Last Week Reading (2019-02-24)

Last Week Reading (2019-02-24)

Hello folks! This time quick review about Kubernetes, containers, automatic deployment of Data Factory and few things about Power BI. It’s gonna be a tough week: SQLBits starts on Wednesday!

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ASF 019: Simon Whiteley interview

Introduction As Chief Cloud Architect with Adatis Consulting, Simon Whiteley has been working with the Microsoft BI Stack for a decade, starting off building traditional warehouses with SSIS and SSAS

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Speaking at SQLBits in March 2019

I’m super excited about the fact I’ll be speaking at SQLBits this year. It’s my first time as a speaker at that fantastic event and 3rd time as a volunteer.

Last Week Reading (2019-02-17)

Press Power BI Desktop February 2019 Feature Summary Preview of new Key Influencers visual and much more… The February release of Azure Data Studio is now available Extension packs are the

ASF 019 video invitation

Check how many bicycles he has got at home and where was the destination of last year of a 400 km trip? Which tool among Azure is the closest to

Last Week Reading (2019-02-10)

Hello Data Folks! It has been a very fast week and an extensive weekend whilst I have been at SQL Saturday in Krakow, Poland. I did not submit any subject this

Last Week Reading (2019-02-03)

Press Webinar Follow-Up: Top 4 Data Technology Trends for DBAs in 2019 Very interesting discussion panel led by Kevin Kline from SentryOne with his guests: Mark Allison, David Klee, and Chrissy LeMaire)

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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,