(Daniel Janik) I’ve read a lot of things lately pointing to scalar functions as if they were the devil. In this blog I’m going to explore if that’s the case. Let’s have a look.
(Robert Sheldon) The Gen2 version of Azure SQL Data Warehouse gives Microsoft’s cloud data warehouse a shot in the arm on performance, making it more competitive with rival technologies.
(Pedro Lopes) Over the years you have read a number of blogs advocating for or against trace flags that influence SQL Server’s query execution model.
(Behzad Khosrojerdi) Want to learn more about how to use the Comparator class in Java 8? Check out this code snippet on using the Comparator and Person class!
(Henrik Loeser) Before you head out to the weekend I wanted to point you to a new cloud security tutorial. If you read this at the beginning of your week: What a great start… 😉
(Satyaprakash Samantaray) In this article, we will learn how to use our C# coding prowess to set up the session state in our ASP.NET Core and MVC Core Web applications.
(Ben Nadel) At work, I need to build a feature that allows an IP address to be validated against a CIDR (Classless Inter-Domain Routing) range. CIDR – as I just learned – is range notation that defines a High and Low IP address by identifying how many bits in a given IP address are “locked down” and
(K. Scott Allen) How does next know how to call the next piece of middleware in the HTTP processing pipeline? I’ve been asked this question more than once when helping to write middleware components for ASP.NET Core.
(Dave Stokes) Windowing Functions can get quite complex very quickly when you start taking advantage of the frame clause. Ranges and rows can get confusing. So for review lets look at how the specification looks:
(biju.thomas) Oracle Database 18c (18.3) is available for download for windows platform since August 22, 2018.