Tag Archives: Microsoft

The Data Platform is Important

I didn’t attend the //build/ conference this year and am slightly disappointed. Only slightly, since I was in these cities in May already and didn’t need another trip: London, Los Angeles, Austin, Brisbane. In addition, my family had to celebrate … Continue reading

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Clearing an Email from the Microsoft Directory

Years ago I was working on a demo with Microsoft and someone added me to their VSTS (now Azure DevOps) project. Somehow, I got an account in the Live/Passport/Joe-Schmo Azure directory with my red-gate.com email. This hasn’t been a problem … Continue reading

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A Week of SQL Server 2019

I’m in Redmond, or Bellevue, or somewhere nearby. Not completely sure where the Microsoft MVP Summit is this week (as I write this). I’ve got travel planned, so I’m sure I’ll figure it out. In any case, I can’t talk … Continue reading

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November Data Platform Releases

This past week was the PASS Summit in Seattle. It’s an annual conference that attracts thousands of SQL Server and data platform professionals. I am lucky in that I usually get to attend, and this year was no different, although … Continue reading

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