(Ben Nadel) The other day, when experimenting with the “Definite Assignment Assertion” in TypeScript, I stumbled upon the fact that my mental model for the ngOnChanges() life cycle hook in Angular was inaccurate.
(Jesper Krogh) If you have an application that need to use multiple connections to the MySQL database for short periods of times, it can be a good to use a connection pool to avoid creating a new connection and going through the whole authentication process every time a connection is needed.
(Tapas Pal) Redis Cache service has been added to Microsoft Azure, based on the most popular open source Redis Cache. It’s one of the cache service offerings from Microsoft Azure allows the user to have access of rich features.
(Pinal Dave) Learning never stops when you are a consultant. While doing my recent Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check my client asked an interesting question.
(Rahul Sisondia) We have introduced a new policy for you to enforce on your non-privileged users.
(Melissa Coates) Recently I used Azure Cloud Shell for the first time. This is a quick post to show how I referenced the file share in Azure Storage to communicate with Cloud Shell.
(Chris Webb) While Power BI has a lot of great functionality for filtering the data that appears in a visual using visual-level filters there are going to be situations where you need more control over how filtering works, and in this blog post I’m going to show you how you can use visual-level filt
(Grant Fritchey) It is entirely possible to try to JOIN two tables on almost any field, as long as the two data types can, in some way, be made to reconcile to each other, you can try to join the tables.
(Naresh Joshi) In an interview, one of my friends was asked that if we have two Integer objects, Integer a = 127; Integer b = 127; Why a == b evaluate to true when both are holding two separate objects?