Monthly Archives: September 2018

SQL Server v.Next is Coming in 2019

Yesterday the 2018 Ignite conference kicked off with a number of announcements from Microsoft. You can re-watch some talks and the keynote, catching up on Windows, CosmosDB, and more. The big announcement concerning most of us is about the next version … Continue reading

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SOS to ADS

When Microsoft announced SQL Operations Studio last year, I wasn’t thrilled. The move to a VS Code shell was less of a concern to me than having a better SSMS toolset. Actually, with VS moving to MacOS, I was hoping … Continue reading

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Azure DevOps

I’ve been a fan of Visualstudio.com and VSTS for some time. I moved most of my demos to this platform a couple years ago and I’ve been pretty happy with it since then. There is tremendous flexibility in how you can use … Continue reading

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Fitting Into RAM

RAM has always been a fairly limited resource in most of the computer systems I’ve worked with in my career. Often there is never enough RAM, and I’d always like more, often to speed up the systems. That has somewhat … Continue reading

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