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Disabling Download Icon From Power BI Report Server

I read that we can remove the Download button from the main menu of Power BI Reporting Services. This is needed to clean up the Portal and remove anything that can be confusing to users. But, the only…

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PASS Summit 2016-Thursday Part II

The second half of the day was spent talking with various speakers and attendees. I got into a great conversation about trying to mentor developers at work places about how to write good T-SQL. It was interesting to…

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PASS Summit 2016-Thursday Part 1

Today’s keynote was by David Dewitt. He did an excellent job explaining the architecture behind various Cloud Data Warehouse offerings. It was nice to get an explanation of the behind the scenes node and disk usage. One announcement…

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PASS Summit 2016-Wednesday

As all Summits, the first Regular Session day in Seattle started with the Keynote. Well, really it starts with a great breakfast at the Seattle Convention Center, but I digressed. Microsoft released information about new features for its…

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PASS Summit 2016–Tuesday

For the first day at the Summit this year, I spent half my time in a Pre-Conference session with Idera as an outgoing Idera Ace. The session include a 45 minute presentation for me on a Customer Use-Case….

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PASS Summit 2016 – Connect, Share, Learn

Please join me and about 4000+ other technology professionals for the annual PASS Summit in Seattle, WA October 24th – 28th. But before I talk about this year’s event, join me in a trip down memory lane about…

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SQLSaturday Atlanta #521 May 19th & 20th 2016

SQLSaturday events are a pleasure to be a part of whether it involves speaking or volunteering. Volunteering definitely takes more work and time, but to see someone who is interested in SQL Server as a career take time…

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