Time flies, next week it is already time for the annual SQL Konferenz in Darmstadt, Germany. There I will be giving a speak on Azure Data Lake Store and Azure Data Lake Analytics, and how these can be used in different scenarios. It will be a session filled with technical information and lots of demos.
In conjunction with this, I have been asked to join Data Exposed Studio, a panel discussion together with
Oliver Engels (Panel Host) (L | T), Michael Rys (L | T) and Sascha Dittmann (L | T) – at this panel discussion we will debate The U in Big Data – Do we need a new language?
Data Exposed Studio is a panel discussion, which will be recorded on Video. The format is 45min
long and starts 15 minutes after the parallel sessions in a small TV studio we will setup at the conference.
There will be room for approx. 15 people as audience in the studio.
|The U in Big Data – Do we need a new language?
14:45 – 15:45
|Oliver Engels (Panel Host) (L | T), Michael Rys (L | T), Kenneth M. Nielsen (L | T) and Sascha Dittmann (L | T)
Should you in any way be interested in having this session presented at your company or in any other way be interested in how to enable Azure Data Platform for you business, so not hesitate to email me or call me.
Whoa, time flies – I’ve already bee at Microsoft for a full 30 days. I feel like it was just yesterday i joined Azure Team in Denmark, but it has actually been 30 days. these 30 days have been filled with information, most of it under NDA, making it so much more interesting actually know whats going on, and not just being feed bits and pieces, when standing on the outside of the fence. The sheer amount of information is kinda overwhelming, and the ability to just ask a program group or program manager, and actually get an answer is just amazing.
Been assigned one customer to service as my primary, and as a Data Solution Architect, the future looks really bright, the client is on the move to go all in on Azure and it’ll be a game changer for both the client and Microsoft, so I am looking very much forward to doing business and advising them. Continue reading →
Yesterday the Power BI team released a new version of Power BI, which have included the most wanted feature ever.
The ability to share your reports outside your organisation, and easily do that. The feature was the most upvoted on the Power BI forum, and it show very clearly that Microsoft and the Power BI team is listening to the end users. Continue reading →
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 →
Today is the releaseday of SP3 Cumulative Update1 for SQL Server 2012, this update addresses 8 areas, where issues have been resolved.
These areas are:
SQL Engine\Access Methods
SQL Engine\Core Security Infrastructure
SQL Engine\Distributed Query
SQL Engine\Query Execution
SQL Engine\Service Broker
SQL Engine\Storage Management
You can read more at this Knowledgebase article and find the Update here.
The next meeting in SQL Server User Group SQLSUG will be held at IMS Rehlfeld on February the 2nd
SQL Server MVP Erik Erik Ejlskov Jensen, will guide you through the Entity Framework, and how to use it for application developing and data modeling.
As this is a Hands-On lab, bring your laptop and get your hands dirty coding ;o) Continue reading →