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This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is hosted by Kenneth Fisher (blog | twitter) and the topic is security. Security is one of those subjects that most DBAs have to deal with regardless of specialty. So as something we all have to … Continue reading
Last Tuesday Campus Days was kicked off, but unfortunately I was not able to attend any sessions on Tuesday due to our youngest one teething (parents will understand). Wednesday I had my own session, right after Regis (b|l|t) and Kenneth (b|l|t) two slot … Continue reading
This year I finally got to say “I am attending PASS Summit”. I have been envious of those who got to attend previous years, and now finally I got to put on the PASS badge. I have been attending two pre cons, Predictive … Continue reading
I was very happy to get the news, that I have been selected to speak at Campus Days 2014 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The session will mainly be focusing on how to integrate data into Power Map and Power View, what … Continue reading
Currently working on a project, where I as a side kick have been playing with Power Map. Enjoy todays minute of Power BI Zen