Vinay Thakur


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AI World

this month is the big month and a month to remember their are so many announcements has been done in this month – May -2024 . As this is...

2024-05-23

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SQL Server 2022

yes SQL Server 2022 is coming and would have many advance features. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/sql-server/sql-server-2022 whats new in SQL Server 2022 would be know more here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-mechanics-blog/what-s-new-in-sql-server-2022/ba-p/2922227 Bob Ward would be...

2021-11-07

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Azure Arc

Azure arc is another great stuff coming with Microsoft Azure, as we were expecting Azure cloud Microsoft has great DevOps options and nice for everyone. Azure has multiple subscribtion...

2021-06-20

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SKLearn – Python

4 Steps: Import Class: or from sklearn.linear model import logistic regression instantiate / estimates or logreg=logistic regression Fit model with data [ Model Training ] logreg.fit(x,y) Predict response: logreg.predict(x)

2020-04-28

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ML Models

In this series I would be talking mostly about Python and R, we would understand the different ML model supported in Python. Python is a great open source language...

2020-04-27

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POWERSHELL -SQL Assessment

June/July 2019 Microsoft – powershell is providing another great feature with SMO and SQL Server module as SQL Assessment. This is a great feature where Microsoft- SQL Server is...

2020-01-01

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Next Powershell 6+ (CORE) and 7

Powershell is no longer been installed or delivered with windows bundle after 5.x and new powershell would be independent of windows/operating system. powershell would be a separate system /world...

2019-12-21

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Cursor Dynamic SQL

Today was working on SQL Server cursor standard cursor deification would be like this: sqlcursor from (Azure Data Studio) ———————————————————————————————————————– — Declare a cursor for a Table or a View ‘TableOrViewName’ in schema ‘dbo’ DECLARE @ColumnName1 NVARCHAR(50), @ColumnName2 NVARCHAR(50) DECLARE db_cursor CURSOR FOR SELECT name FROM dbo.TableOrViewName OPEN db_cursor FETCH NEXT FROM db_cursor INTO @ColumnName1, @ColumnName2 WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0...

2019-11-19

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A Valid Type?

What happens when I run this code in SQL Server 2019?

DECLARE @variable CURSOR;

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