Frank A. Banin


DAX for SQL Folks: Part II - Translating SQL Queries to DAX Queries

Introduction In response to my approach in the popular MDX Guide for SQL Folks series, I am using SQL as a good frame of reference for starting or developing a new approach for improving your Data Analysis Expression(DAX) language learning experience. This is useful for developers starting to learn the DAX language to more advanced developers who […]

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2020-04-30

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SQL Server Integrates Hadoop and Spark out-of-the box: The Why?

Introduction Microsoft announced in September 2018 that SQL Server 2019, which is now in preview, will have a Big Data Cluster deployment option. This is a Big-Data-capable SQL Server with elastic scale and extended Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities, mostly as a result of deep integration of Hadoop and Spark out-of-the-box.  The new SQL Server Big […]

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2019-09-09

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