These are surreal times we live in. The lethal COVID19 strain of the Corona virus is officially a Pandemic, and we quickly realized how fast such a thing can spread in this era of Globalization. With the virus pandemic also arrives a pandemic of blog posts and social network noise. Everyone’s writing and talking about this topic. So, I guess I must too.Continue reading “Surviving the COVID-19 Dystopia”
This month’s #tsql2sday, hosted by Jess Pomfret, is asking us to write about our favorite “life hacks” that make our lives easier. This topic has actually been pretty hot on my list for the past year or so, so I’m happy to share my experience. Continue reading T-SQL Tuesday #123: Life hacks to make your day easier
I’ve submitted both parts of my 2-part sessions about CI and CD with SSDT to SQLBits 2020 and now YOU get the power to vote me in! Continue reading Want to see me in SQLBits 2020? Now is your time to vote!
Clear your calendars! The long-awaited webinar about CI and CD with SSDT finally has new dates! Yes, I said dates as in plural. It’s going to be a 2-parter! November 28th and December 4th, hosted at the #PASS Global Hebrew Virtual Group. Continue reading Webinar: CI and CD with SSDT – Rescheduled!
Last week, I called up Matan Yungman, and offered to replace Guy Glantser as a co-host in SQL Server Radio, while Guy is away on holiday in New Zealand.
We recorded episode 111 in English, and episode 117 in Hebrew.
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, the webinar had to be delayed to a later date. I’ll post an update as soon as a new date will be scheduled. Continue reading Upcoming webinar: CI and CD with SSDT and Living to Tell About It
On October 7th, I delivered my presentation about Advanced Dynamic Search Queries at the Israeli Data Platform Meetup, at Microsoft Reactor Tel-Aviv!