Need to stay on top of Microsoft Technologies? Herewith a collection of recommended Microsoft Blogs to bookmark.
The love affair between Microsoft and Linux continues. Microsoft has just released a public preview of the next version of its SQL Server database (2016), which will work on Linux and Windows. Sounds unreal? Well here are the details. Continue reading
Hot on the heels of the release of the latest version of Microsoft’s flagship database software SQL Server, Microsoft has announced upgraded certification exams that will validate you competency and skills in providing world class solutions using SQL Server 2016 Continue reading
Microsoft SQL Server 2016, the latest version of Micrsoft’s flagship database technology will be generally available worldwide on 1 June 2016. That June 1 date is when the product will be available to all users, including brand new ones, MSDN subscribers, and existing customers, officials said. The details are as follows: Continue reading
The 2015 O’rielly Data Science survey is out and it contains some interesting findings. The survey explores patterns in tools, tasks and compensation patterns for recognized Data Scientists around the world. Over 600 respondents from a variety of industries completed the survey, two-thirds of whom are based in the United States. 1% of the respondents came from Africa, and all the African respondents came from South Africa! Continue reading
Its Time To Upgrade!
As announced by Microsoft, support for SQL Server 2005 ends today. This means that Microsoft is no longer releasing any security updates, hotfixes and patches for SQL Server 2005. For organizations this means that when support is stopped it becomes increasingly risky to keep storing important mission critical data on an unsupported platform. Hence its time to upgrade to SQL Server 2014 and here are a few reasons to do so. Continue reading
Major Development For Sql Server
In 2016, the golden age of technology moves on at an ever faster pace. The developments we are seeing today were merely a pipe dream and inconceivable, just a few years go. One such development is Microsoft’s flagship database software SQL Server coming to Linux. This development is about to change the way enterprise decision-makers view SQL Server and its place (or absense thereof) in their organizations around the world. Continue reading