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The Cloudy Future in 2021

Ignite took place recently, and the keynote from Satya Nadella was interesting, and if you have time, interesting to watch. If not, there’s an excerpt in written form. In any case, I like his passion and excitement about the future. … Continue reading

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Viva

I want holographic screens and meetings. Heck, I’d like Teams/Slack/Zoom/etc. to recognize multiple screens and let me separate out different cameras to different screens. I’d like to be able to see more than a tiny thumbnail of a presenter, or … Continue reading

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Announcing the Azure Data Community from Microsoft

You can see an announcement from Buck Woody (b | t) of Microsoft on Data Exposed. Essentially, Microsoft is providing a number of free resources to help local user groups with their meetings. This is a fantastic way to support … Continue reading

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The Pace of Data Platform Change

I was watching Vicky Harp in the 2020 October GroupBy conference recently talking about her challenges of working with the SQL Server platform as it’s grown. It’s a good keynote, with Vicky noting that she started with SQL Server 2000 … Continue reading

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