Last week reading (2017-12-10)

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Last week reading (2017-12-10)

Thanks for visiting the page. Kamil started the thread last week. We think this could be a very good thread not only for you but also for us. We are looking for interesting topics

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Last week reading (2017-12-03)

Induction This is a new series. Posts in that series as summary of last week reading. So long I was thinking about it whether is it good idea to post

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My recap of PASS Summit 2017

When you doing something first time, predominantly jitters happens, right? Fine, it was not my first conference, I wasn’t in a speaker role this time, etc. However, certain voice in

Photo relation from PASS Summit 2017

It’s photo relation only at the moment. I will write down brief relation soon. Stayed tuned.

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ASF 004: Mark Broadbent interview

Introduction Mark Broadbent. Very active member of #SQLFamily, loves communicate via social media. Organizer of the very first SQL Saturday in United Kingdom – in Cambridge. Holder of very prestigious

Functions in the USQL – the hidden gem in the Summer 2017 Update

Hello SQL Folks. We all love USQL for its great extensibility and how it makes our life easier in some particular “area of data”. There are a lot of things

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SQLSaturday #656 Denmark – we were there!

It was a great weekend in Copenhagen. Kamil and I had the opportunity to give lectures during #656 SQL Saturday. I started in the morning talking about the U-SQL and

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Speaking at SQLSaturday #656 Denmark 2017

On Saturday, October 7th, I’m speaking at SQLSaturday #656 Denmark 2017! I’m presenting Maintenance of a DB project and Continuous Delivery using SSDT. I will unveil disadvantages of SSDT and

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ASF 003: Stephanie Locke interview

Introduction Steph Locke is one of THOSE women in IT. She was awarded an MVP prize for spending plenty of time building communities to provide platforms for people to help

#TSQL2sDay – How SQLPackage.exe can spoil your deployment

Today, I’d like to describe briefly one thing with SQLPackage.exe. I know… It’s not precisely related to PowerShell (this week topic), but… you can use PowerShell to run it (and