Monthly Archives: April 2017

GroupBy–Bringing DevOps to the Database

Today was my presentation in the April GroupBy conference lineup. I presented on DevOps and changing your database development to include more agile, DevOps, flexible development practices. If you want to get the deck, the slides are here: BringingDevOpstotheDatabase.pptx. The … Continue reading

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Starting to Use SQL Server 2017

We’ll have a new version of SQL Server this year. If you missed the Data Amp keynote, in it Scott Gu announced the name as SQL Server 2017, which I assume means we’ll have installable RTM bits sometime this year. … Continue reading

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A Couple Weeks until VS Live–Austin

VS Live takes place in Austin on May 15-18, 2017. This is a great conference in a fun city. It’s a full stack event, with the change to learn about cloud computing, ALM/DevOps, SQL, and Visual Studio, all at the … Continue reading

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SQL Server on Linux is Just SQL Server

I’ve been working with the SQL Server on Linux (SSoL) version for quite some time, almost a year. In all of that time, I’ve for the most part found that SQL Server is SQL Server. When I connect, run demos, … Continue reading

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