(K. Scott Allen) There is a special moment of time in the life of every ASP.NET Core process when the application has all the services registered and all the configuration sources in place, but has not yet started to listen for HTTP messages.
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(Ben Nadel) I’ve been using git for about 7-years now. And you would think that using git for the better part of a decade might have made me a git expert.
(Peter Vogel) The reality is that you will need to have, at least, two different configurations: one for production and one for development. Here’s how to automate those conversions.
(Dave Stokes) MySQL 8.0.14 came with Lateral Derived Tables as a new feature. But what is that and how do you use them?
(Scott Wesley) You’ve probably seen this somewhere already, no doubt from Connor, though I couldn’t find much beyond Tim’s post on pipelined functions – I can’t find the right keywords to find related content.
(Syed Jaffar Hussain) This blog post will walk through some of very cool screen shots of 19c ASMCA interface. I have no exposure with 18c ASMCA, but, the landing page of 19c ASMCA is really cool. Here are the screenshot for you:
(Simon Greener) As a part of my last article on tracking down and correcting ORA-13011 errors when using SDO_GEOM.VALIDATE_LAYER_WITH_CONTEXT() , I showed how to update the diminfo structure associated with a table’s geometry column in its USER_SDO_GEOM_METADATA entry.
(Melissa Coates) Dataflows in Power BI are a really interesting capability for centralizing and reusing Power Query logic among many different PBIX files.
(Rick Dobson) Please provide an introduction for how to analyze contingency tables with SQL. Demonstrate how to derive contingency tables from a simple dataset. Also, provide a SQL framework for analyzing a contingency table via the Chi Square test statistic.
(Rob Farley) Filtered indexes are amazingly powerful, but I still see some confusion out there about them – particularly about the columns that are used in the filters, and what happens when you want to tighten the filters.