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TSQL Tuesday #75 Round Up Redux

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Okay so I already posted a round up post for this month. You can see it here. Tonight one of the participants, Rob Farley (Blog | Twitter) made me aware of the fact that I missed a HUGE opportunity in making the round up in a Power BI report! *face palm* With that I proudly […]

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T-SQL Tuesday #75: Round Up

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This month I challenged the blogging community to share their own creations in Power BI. We got a ton of great entries this month, thank you everyone who participated! My overarching goal for this month’s topic was to get folks who may not normally play in the BI space to use this fantastic solution and […]

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T-SQL Tuesday #75: Jump into Power BI

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So this month I’ve decided to bring every participant in this blog series kicking and screaming into the BI world. Power BI, if you haven’t heard or seen it yet, is Microsoft’s analytics and visualization solution. This month I challenged everyone to create their own Power BI report and share it with the world via […]

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T-SQL Tuesday #75 Invitation: Jump into Power BI!

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Hello everyone and welcome to this month’s T-SQL Tuesday. This month’s topic is all about Power BI! If you’re reading this and thinking “crap, I’m not a BI person!”, don’t you fret. My intention is to make folks who normally don’t use BI on a day to day basis try their hand at creating cool […]

Using Bookmarks in SQL Server Management Studio

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In SQL Server one way we optimize code is by adding indexes. Indexes help queries by essentially letting the engine know “hey, here’s the fast way to get directly to the data you want”. The alternative is doing full table scans to read all the data, which sucks. When reviewing code in SQL Server Management […]

EPM Framework v4 Released!

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The Enterprise Policy Management Framework (EPMF) team is proud to announce the updated release of “Enterprise Policy Management Framework 4.0 for project EPMFramework. This is a major release with lots of performance tweaks and The EPM Framework 4.0 includes the following updates: For enhanced support of large environments Reviewed database design, including views and indexing […]

So Long and Thanks For All The Fish

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Not to try and steal Satya Nadella’s thunder today at WPC but I’ve got some exciting news of my own to share. I’m excited to say that I’ll be fulfilling a lifelong dream and going to work for Microsoft! Every Beginning Has an End This news is kind of a bittersweet though as I’ll be leaving […]

T-SQL Tuesday: Head in the Clouds

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This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is hosted by yours truly. Our topic this month is simply the Cloud. If you work in IT there’s approximately zero chance that you’ve managed to avoid this word in some respect. Has your manager asked you to look into what cloud solutions can do for you? Are you ahead the […]

T-SQL Tuesday #48– Cloud Atlas

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Welcome to this month’s (November 2013) edition of T-SQL Tuesday. For those not familiar this is rotating blog party that was started by Adam Machanic (@AdamMachanic | blog) back in 2009. Want to catch up on all the fun to date? Check out this nice archive (link) put together by Steve Jones (@way0utwest | blog). Thank […]