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Azure Cosmos DB Local Emulator

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Technically you do not have to create a cosmos DB and incur costs to test cosmos DB based applications, you could use the local emulator. This means that you do not need an Azure subscription, an actual hosted database or … Continue reading ? The post Azure Cosmos DB Local Emulator appeared first on SQLServerCentral.

SSDT (SqlPackage) thread crashes with error when publishing

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In this post, I will show you one of the scenarios when SSDT (SQL Server Data Tools) can fail unexpectedly while publishing database project to target server or preparation of changes script (Generate script), which is actually the first part or publish action. I had a solution with a few database projects. Visual Studio 2017 […]

Note to Self

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TSQL Tuesday The second Tuesday of the month is upon us once again. That means it is time for another group blog party called TSQLTuesday. This party that was started by Adam Machanic has now been going for long enough that changes have happened (such as Steve Jones (b | t) managing it now). For […]

Import Local SQL Server Database to Azure – Pick the Best Method

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It is not unknown to the SQL users that some of the SQL Server versions have become outdated. This is the main reason why most of the SQL Server users are migrating SQL server database to Azure. Along with this, … Continue reading ? The post Import Local SQL Server Database to Azure – Pick […]

#tsql2sday – A Letter to My 20 Year-Old Self

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Self, I am writing this to you in my mid 40s. I know when I was 20, I wasn’t thinking about 30, much less 40. Here’s some advice I’d give you to learn from. You’re going to have some doors close that you think should be open. That’s okay. When those doors close, others will […]

T-SQL Tuesday #115 – Notes to 20 year old Wayne

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  There’s a lot that goes on in June. From the 75th anniversary of D-Day, Fathers Day, to the official start of summer (though it feels like it already!). Today is even the National Corn on the Cob day. But perhaps the most important day in that, being that today is the 2nd Tuesday in […]

T-SQL Tuesday #115 – Dear 20-Year-Old Self

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T-SQL Tuesday This month’s T-SQL Tuesday blog is brought to us by Mohammd Dorab (b | t) and this month topic is about what you would tell your 20-year-old self now that you are further along in your career. I have five pieces of advice I would give myself to the 20-year-old version of myself […]

The butterfly effect. T-SQL Tuesday #115

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This month, our host Mohammad Darab (b/t) has given us an interesting subject. Dear 20 year old self. Where we are supposed to write a letter to ourselves in our early twenties. For me one of the most interesting and enjoyable things about #tsql2sday is that I don’t select the subject. It’s given to me […]

Joker’s Wild

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This past weekend I had a blast presenting Joker’s Wild with Erin Stellato (blog|twitter), Andy Mallon (blog|twitter), and Drew Furgiuele (blog|twitter). Watch it here! Table of contents: What is Joker’s Wild? Watch this to witness Andy’s amazing PowerPoint animation skills (0:00) Bert demos SQL injection (2:25) Erin recollects desserts (9:55) Andy shares an automation tip […]

Last Week Reading (2019-06-09)

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Hello there! Another week, another roundup of Internet interesting stuff. Microsoft Business Applications Summit The event is happening now in the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA. Keynote will be available online. Preparing for and Taking Microsoft Exam DP-200 (Implementing an Azure Data Solution) Cathrine (T) presents tons of useful links and tricks when […]