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Something Cool We Learned Today!


We have many customers, and we work on lots of projects. Each project is different in so many ways: the business environment, the system architecture, the data platform, the people, the challenges…
This is why we get to learn so many new things on a daily basis, which is really awesome. Just think about the amount of knowledge that our team gains every day.
We believe in knowledge sharing, so we decided to do something about it. Each time one of us learns something cool, we write a short blog post about it and share it.
The goal of this blog post is to organize all those short blog posts in one place. We will update this blog post and add a new link every time a new post about “something cool I learned today” is published. So you can always come back here and learn something new.
And if you learned something cool today too, then please share it with us in the comments.


Happy learning!


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The post Something Cool We Learned Today! appeared first on Madeira Data Solutions.

Guy Glantser

Guy Glantser, Data Platform MVP, is the leader of the Israeli PASS chapter and also the CEO and founder of Madeira Data Solutions. His career has been focused on the Microsoft Data Platform for the past 20 years, performing various database roles as either an on-site DBA, an external consultant or a speaker. Guy is involved in many activities in the Microsoft Data Platform community. He occasionally speaks at community events, such as PASS Summit, SQLBits, SQL Saturdays and user groups around the world. He also co-hosts the SQL Server Radio podcast.


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