Weekly Round-up 30 April 2016

Gethyn Ellis, 2016-05-03

It’s been an interesting week for me. I spent last week in Toronto delivering a SQL Server upgrade course and a very enjoyable week it was too.  Couldn’t get tickets for the Raptors playoff game so I have to make do watching it on TV and treat myself to a hat J


Toronto Raptors

Not read too many blogs this week so I don’t have a list of links, however I found this in my twitter feed. Staff moves from Microsoft to Amazon and Tony Bain’s take on how Amazon could disrupt the databases market

The database world…always interesting.

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