Tag Archive: SQL Bits

  • New Microsoft Fabric Features – A SQLBits and FabCon Round Up!

    March was a big month for Microsoft Fabric and its users as there were two major conferences discussing all aspects of Microsoft Fabric, from functionality to security and governance. SQLBits, a community conference, came first with a wealth of knowledge from experts using Microsoft Fabric from a beginner to experienced level. FabCon immediately followed, which was a conference from Microsoft to announce new features and to hear from those…

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  • Business Intelligence in Azure – SQLBits 2018 Precon

    What can you expect from my SQLBits pre conference training day in February 2018 at the London Olympia? Well my friends, in short, we are going to take whirlwind tour of the entire business intelligence stack of services in Azure. No stone will be left unturned. No service will be left without scalability. We’ll cover them all and we certainly aren’t going to check with the Azure bill payer before turning up the compute on our data…

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  • Wearing Four Hats at SQLBits 2017

    I know there are lots of great blog posts already out there from great people sharing their experiences from SQLBits. However, I hope none of them can offer an account quite as unique as mine from this years event. Why? Well, most people go to SQLBits as attendee’s to learn, network and socialise. This certainly applies to me. But ‘attendee’ was just 1 of my 4 hats (roles) at SQLBits 2017. In this post I’d like to…

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  • My Introduction to the SQL Server Community

    Once I was blind, but now I see! In the early part of 2015 (I think) a work colleague and friend suggested that on Thursday evening I attend the SQL Server Midlands User Group. The event was completely new to me, I’d never before ventured outside my professional comfort zone, or even had any appreciation that there was such a gathering about SQL Server locally. Anyway, I registered and got some more details. The event was currently ran…

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