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I’ve had this idea for some time. It’s been bugging me, but I haven’t really been pressured to write, nor inspired. That changed a bit with the announcement of the rules change for SQL Saturdays, as well as a few discussions I had with people.
Today I will be teaching a one day course titled Writing SQL Queries. This course provides…
I’m proud to announce that I will be speaking at SQL Saturday Baton Rouge on August 6th 2016! This will be my forth SQLSaturday event this year and I’m really excited that I get to do it as a speaker. I look forward to seeing you there!
If you don’t… Read more
I have been sitting on this article for a while now. I have been tossing around some
thoughts and finally it is time to share some of those thoughts with the masses. I hope to provoke further thought on the topic of being an MVP.
I want to preface all… Read more
In this module you will learn how to use the Chord Power BI Custom Visual. Chord diagrams show directed relationships among a group of entities using colored lines (chords); this allows for an easy representation of correlating data.
Module 09 – Chord
- Power BI Custom Visual – Chord
I recently read an a blog on MSDN that covered new features for the query optimizer in SQL Server 2016. One of the topics covered was a new operator for foreign key checks.
This new operator certainly looked like it simplified the graphical plan considerably; so, I thought I’d test… Read more
Row Level Security (RLS) is a great new feature in SQL Server 2016. It’s been in Azure SQL Databases for some time, but we now have it on premise. It’s easy to setup and use, and worth taking a look at if you have multi-tenant scenarios, or need more granular… Read more
Over the last four years I’ve blogged almost 400 times. It’s become a refuge, a resource, a source of pride, and a pleasure. I started out trying to build an on-line resume (just in case) and over time it’s evolved like crazy. I’ve become a huge proponent of blogging and… Read more
SQL Server 2016 comes up with the new release of Master Data Services (MDS). In it, some new features have been added to improve its performance. It helps the database administrators to manage the database properly. In the following discussion, we will be discussing the changes that have taken place… Read more
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Posted in SQL Server Citation - SQL Blog by Hemantgiri S. Goswami, SQL MVP on 25 July 2016
Today marks one years since Power BI was officially released. It’s been an amazing ride and I’d like to thank the team at Microsoft for so responsive to the community’s feedback. Check out this video the community created to celebrate!
Well today marks the one year anniversary since the initial release of Power BI. We all have watched this product mature from a small infant to what we see today in an amazing Business Intelligence solution. To the Power BI product team and those that support the product keep up… Read more
San Antonio is such a great city with a lot to see and do, such as the Alamo and the river walk. I’m excited to be speaking at their very first SQL Saturday!!
My session is on troubleshooting and monitoring storage, including SAN, flash, and in Azure. If you ever… Read more
The sessions have been informative and the event team has done a wonderful job with all of…
I am excited to share that I will be presenting at the DevConnections conference in Las Vegas in October of this year. This is my fourth (if I remember correctly) time to have spoken at DevConnections, and the first time I will have delivered a full-day workshop there. This year… Read more