Da PASS har valgt at der ikke kommer til at blive afholdt flere SQL Rally, er der opstået et tomrum. Det ville betyde at der ikke rigtigt ville være andre decideret SQL Server events på Skandinavisk jord end brugergruppe møder og selvfølgelig SQL Saturday.
Det var der nogen i comunnity, der ikke kunne lade stå, så vi har sammen med Microsoft og med hjælp fra sponsorer, fået stablet en hel ny generation af SQL Server konference på benene: SQL Nexus, en konference der kommer til at løbe over 3 dage, 1 dag med pre-cons og 2 dage med break-out sessions. Det bliver et fantastisk program, mange lokale speakere og rigtig mange store internationale speakere. Ydermere er det en konference, der har fået Microsoft til at stille med de helt rigtige speakere fra Redmond og Program managers fra eks. PowerBI temaet og SQL Server gruppen. Continue reading →
As many other bloggers and peer in the SQL Server community I will take part in Tim Fords Entry-Level Content Challenge, a challenge where we as bloggers should post at least 1 (one) entryu-level post a month for the next year. Continue reading →
The Microsoft Cloud Roadshow is coming to Copenhagen March 3-4, 2016. Space is limited, so register today!
The Microsoft Cloud Roadshow is a free, two-day technical training event for IT Professionals and Developers that provides best practices and insight directly from the experts who build and run the cloud services across Office 365, Microsoft Azure and Windows 10.
I had taken upon me the task to present the new feature in SQL 2016 called System_Versioned tables. This feature is a implementation of temporal tables, and gives the database owner, or application the ability to look at how data looked at a point in time. But this is not the point that I really want to talk about, no the really cool thing about this nights meeting, is actually that I learned something that I didn’t know beforehand. Continue reading →
Remember that we have a meeting in SQLSUG tomorrow evening, dec. 1st 2015.
This evening it will be hosted at Telenor, a great thank you to them for being able to provide the facilities. Continue reading →
There are many new features in SQL Server 2016, but the one we will focus on in this post is:
One of the many new features in SQL server 2016 is the built-in support for temporal data tables. This is a feature that many developers have been urging to have as a “out of the box feature” – and therefore many have developed their own ways of implementing the capability to store information about how data looked in a certain period of time.
There was one session in particular that was interesting, and as part of the SQL Server 2016 TAP program, I was looking forward to see if we would get more that we already knew. The session was by Jimmy Wong ( B) Program Manager for the SSIS team, he had a good session and there was a few golden nuggets. Continue reading →