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As I have mentioned in previous posts, we have done a deal with Learning Tree to be able to offer you selected courses from their public course schedule at a great price. £750 plus VAT. We have received this week’s updates and it includes some great courses. You can find…
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The main news this morning: Wales' heroic efforts at the Euros came to end last night with a 2-0 defeat to Portugal. I'm feeling a little sad this morning but what a great effort in getting to the semi-final.
Anyway there'll be more great stuff on influence skills this morning…
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In the most important news of the day, Wales play Portugal in the semi-final of the Euros later….I’m so excited, I can’t wait.
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Amazingly its July already, the year is flying by. With a very busy July and August lined up and a nice holiday at the end of it, there is a lot to look forward too.
Over the next four weeks I’m going to be involved in some training events with…
In an earlier post I introduced the SQL Server umbrella and briefly discussed a number of products that make up the SQL Server stack. One of those products and a key element of the SQL Server family is SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). SQL Server Reporting Services is Microsoft’s enterprise…
The events that have unfolded over the last few days since the shock result that the BRExit referendum delivered, has, quite rightly caused a huge amount of press coverage in the UK. The remain camp are very upset and angry at the result, mainly because they can see possible negative…
In the wake of last week’s BREXIT vote and subsequent fallout, I decided to delay making this announcement until today. I wanted to ensure that this deal didn’t get lost in the shockwaves of the referendum result. Gethynellis.com
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Well most of the SQL Server news last week focused around the launch of SQL Server 2016. SQL Server RTM dropped on 1st June and a quick twitter poll, suggests that some people at least will be deploying SQL Server 2016 in production before the end of the year.