Author Archives: Jens Vestergaard

Permission Scope in Analysis Services

This is my first post i a series of entry-level posts, as suggested by Tim Ford (b|l|t) in this challenge. I have not set any scope for the topics of my, at least, twelve (12) posts in this new blog category of mine, but I … Continue reading

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The Circle of Work Life

Before my now roughly two and a half years in Maersk Line IT, I was working both as a consultant and an internal developer in Rehfeld Partners, now part of IMS Health. At Rehfeld I was both part of the Effektor team, but … Continue reading

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#TSQL2SDAY – Data Modeling Gone Wrong

This month marks the 72nd T-SQL Tuesday.  Adam Machanic’s (b|l|t) started the T-SQL Tuesday blog party in December of 2009. Each month an invitation is sent out on the first Tuesday of the month, inviting bloggers to participate in a … Continue reading

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Everything Microsoft BI (as of late)

Lately Microsoft seems to have stepped even more on the gas, releasing amazing features upon features for both SQL Server 2016 and Power BI as well as their Cloud platform Azure. This blog post will run through some of the features I … Continue reading

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Summarizing my #Summit15

Finally I am able to, coherently write down my take away’s from this years PASS Summit. I came a long way, and endured all kinds of dangers on the way to Seattle. Not sure if the person before me, in the … Continue reading

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