On this episode of Making Data Simple, we change gears as our “guest” Daniel Hernandez, VP Analytics Offering Management, interviews our regular host, Albert V Martin, VP of Hybrid Platform Development and Client Success.
ASP.NET Core 2.1 preview 1 is already out and available for everyone. Read this post to find out how to get started with it. ASP.NET Core 2.1 comes with lots of new features like HTTPS by default, HTTPClientFactory, SignalR, and others.
(David McGahey) MapForce node functions simplify mapping hierarchical data such as XML nodes or CSV, JSON, EDI, or database fields by permitting users to define a data processing function at the node level and apply it recursively to all descendant items.
(benjamin perkins) I wrote this article here “Database connection string when swapping between App Servers slots” and if you look at the last paragraph I mentioned a ‘gotcha’ when you have an application setting, “AppSetting” in your web.config file which has the same name as an application setting
(Pinal Dave) In recent past, I was assisting a client in installing SQL Server clustered instance in a Windows Cluster. There were many errors encountered and I learned a lot from this experience. In this blog, we would learn about Microsoft Cluster Service (MSCS) cluster verification errors which m
(Peter Vogel) I have two separate styles for using the DbContext object. In one style I create the DbContext object when my class is instantiated, either as part of defining a field for my class:
(Sri Sakthivel) MySQL is the most widely used Relational Database Management System in the open source world. MySQL stepped into the NoSQL world by introducing the JSON Data Type in MySQL 5.7 release. In this blog post I am going to explain one of the major advantage of optimisation made in JSON Re
(Dominic Brooks) What this document does not claim to offer is a prescriptive guide on the minutiae of coding standards.
(mathias) Yes, I’m finally back. The last post was written right before a complete period of offline before it was even scheduled to be published. That followed with slowly getting back. I have been fully recovered for a while but not gotten back enough to find time to blog.
(Grant Fritchey) While SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) provides a robust graphical user interface (GUI), the commands you’re going to use the most to control databases and the data within them in SQL Server are going to be done through T-SQL.