I’ve been waiting impatiently for this release and some of the new improvements and functionality that comes with. Some of the In-Memory capabilities as well as a few new features in SSIS. Go ahead, read the announcement and download it from there http://blogs.technet.com/b/dataplatforminsider/archive/2015/09/30/sql-server-2016-community-technology-preview-2-4-is-available.aspx to run it on-prems or power up a Virtual Machine in Azure […]

This is the day after, the day after. We’ve all slept the Sunday out and are ready for our day jobs again! Thanks Thanks you for a great event to: The sponsors, who made everything possible The volunteers for giving a hand when we need it The speakers for using their weekend and money to […]

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In less than two weeks this year’s #SQLSatDenmark is held. Mark the date in your calendar: Saturday 19th, 2015. I really look forward to this event – I am polishing my session about “SSIS Custom Control Flow Components”. Be there an get some insights about professional custom component development. The event…

2 days ago, I ranted about installing SharePoint 2016 IT Preview and how about I was disappointed not be able to use Excel Services. A few hours later I was pointed to that article by Microsoft : What’s deprecated or removed from SharePoint Server 2016 IT Preview One of the deprecated features being Excel Services. […]

This post is my first impressions at installing (and using a bit) SharePoint 2016 IT Preview. Last night I downloaded SharePoint IT Preview 2016 from here I created a new server in my Hyper-V environment and joined it to my domain as I’ve done it many times with SharePoint 2013. After installing the prerequisites I […]

I have been doing training and teaching SharePoint and SQL Server for the last 5 years and today I finally got my skills recognized as a Microsoft Certified Trainer. Together with my capacity as n Certified APS trainer (Taken in Milano – January 2015 with Richard Waymyre) I am really looking forward to deliver training […]

Aliases are good. In fact, aliases are excellent. The purpose of this post is to explain why and how to use aliases when working with SharePoint. This is the second post in the series about building an highly available BI setup. A series that will culminate with Mark Broadbent (B|T) and my preconference at SQL Saturday […]


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