Category SQL

SQL Nexus 2017 – Scandinavian’s largest data platform conference

From May 1st to May 3rd in Copenhagen. For the second year in a row, I am heavily involved in the planning and organization of Scandinavian’s largest data platform conference in Copenhagen: SQL Nexus For the second year in a row we have gathered speakers from every part of the world. For the second year […]

Allowing non-domain admins to configure Kerberos Constrained Delegation.

As you are probably aware of, configuring constrained delegation requires some steps that involve domain admin permissions. In many larger organizations where there is a clear separation of duties this is can be problem since the engineers and developers need to specify what type of delegation need to be configured, and domain admins need to […]

The date demands it or does it?

Quite a while since I’ve been writing…a lot of water under the bridge and a demanding yet rewarding job in Zurich are some of my excuses. This is not a post about : SQL Server written in Javascript, Linus Torvald joining Microsoft or even IT companies investing massively in handwritten procedures, or even Microsoft acquiring […]

Speaking at SQL Konferenz 2016

This year again, I’ve been selected as a speaker for the SQL Konferenz in Darmstadt. The conference is a 3 days event organised by PASS Deutschland running from Febraury 23rd to February 25th. I will present on the second day about the crazy idea of clustering SQL Server Integration Services. Why (or why not) one […]

Dynamic Data Flow using Cozyroc component part I

This is in fact a double double post. Double because it is composed of 2 parts and double because I am writing about two things today: 1 – Open Live Writer (OLW) – The open source version of Windows Live Writer – can be downloaded from there 2 – Cozyroc great SSIS components who had […]

Speaking at SQL Saturday Slovenia #460

This Saturday, I will be back in wonderful Ljubljana to present a session about a new feature from SQL Server 2016 and Azure SQL Database : Always encrypted. It is the first time I am doing this session and I plan on doing mostly demos, which I am quite excited about. I’ve been benchmarking the […]

SQL Nexus Call for speakers is live

Nexus noun – “That which unites or binds”         After several months of work with a team of great people and companies: -Kenneth M. Nielsen (b|t) -Mark Broadbent (b|t) –ASAP design –Funky.biz –Microsoft –bloodyuseful We have the honour to launch the call for speakers for the next generation data platform conference in Copenhagen. The […]