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  • Gifts Received for This Year-2019

    Gifts Received for This Year-2019

    I thank Malathi Mahadevan (b|t) for hosting T-SQL Tuesday #121. The topic for this month is Gifts received for this year. I also want to acknowledge Adam Machanic’s vision behind this project. I learned a lot from some of the #TSQL Tuesday’s and participated in a few. Thank you, Steve Jones (b|t), for coordinating this program. If you are interested to see previous topics, visit here.

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    Boston Global Azure Bootcamps 2019 was on April 27, 2019. I spoke at this event. Jason Haley(b|t) was one of the organizers of …



  • Speaking at Fall 2019 Boston Azure Data and AI Fest

    Speaking at Fall 2019 Boston Azure Data and AI Fest

    Boston Azure Data and AI Fest 2019 is a 2-day event on Tuesday, December 10th, and Wednesday the 11th of 2019, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM at the Microsoft Technology Center at 5 Wayside Rd, Burlington, MA 01803. I am honored, humbled, and super excited to deliver a session on Kusto Query Language. I am thankful to the organizers for the opportunity.

    This event is sold out.

    If you use Azure, you must learn Kusto Query Language?

    Kusto is a service for storing and running interactive analytics over Big Data. Kusto was designed from scratch to be a “big data” …


  • New Event Added to SSMS XEvent Profiler Sessions

    New Event Added to SSMS XEvent Profiler Sessions

    SSMS XEvent Profiler was made available on SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) v17.3 or later. Make sure you are using the latest version. You can find the latest version of SSMS here.

    What is XEvent Profiler?

    The XEvent Profiler is a SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) feature that displays a live viewer window of extended events. XEvent profiler is directly integrated into SSMS and is built on top of the scalable Extended Events technology in the SQL engine. This feature enables quick access to a live streaming view of diagnostics events on the SQL server. You can read more …


  • Speaking at Boston Code Camp 32!

    Speaking at Boston Code Camp 32!

    Boston Code Camp 32 is on November 23, 2019 at Microsoft Sales and Technology Center at Burlington, MA. I am honored, humbled and super excited to deliver two sessions.  This is my first time presenting in a code camp. I am thankful to the organizers for the opportunity.

    1:45 PM – 2:45 PM @Cannon

    If you use Azure, you must learn Kusto Query Language?

    Kusto is a service for storing and running interactive analytics over Big Data. Kusto was designed from scratch to be a “big data” repository for Azure and easy to query using Kusto Query Language (KQL). …