Tag Archives: SQL Server

Unit testing with SQL Server Data Tools

This is the second part on the serie about SSDT and database development and also my second blog post in collaboration with SQLShack. Part I: Continuous integration with SQL Server Data Tools and Team Foundation Server In December 2012, a great addition was made to SSDT: The ability to do database unit testing. However, this […]

Speaking at SQL Saturday 317 Oslo

On August 30th – for one Saturday – Oslo will become the Scandinavian epicenter of the SQL Server community. For the fist edition of  SQL Saturday Oslo (#317)  is being held downtown in the Norwegian capital. I am extremely honored and delighted to have been picked to present my session : Power View and the […]

Speaking at PASS Summit 2014

PASS Summit is the world largest, most intensive and focused conference for Microsoft SQL Server Professionals. This is going to be my third trip there and for the first time I will be delivering a session. If you are a SQL Server professional and fancy to speak, this is a dream coming true to be […]

2014 Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for SQL Server

On this April Fools’ day of 2014 I received this news from Microsoft: Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2014 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. We appreciate your outstanding contributions in SQL Server technical […]

How to list the sharepoint 2010 databases that are in use – eventually to a file ?

It happens to me all the time when I develop and test or after migrations attempts ! Well, I hope I’m not the only one who has ended with a lots of used and unused Sharepoint databases after numerous farm installs and reconfigs… When time is in for a clean up of you SQL server […]