Blog Posts of the Week 2014-11-22
Sorry folks, I was away last week and been struggling with a cold this, so ive been bit delayed anyway here’s a collection of blog posts, videos and links that i found useful this week (and last!)…
Six Comments about PowerShell Commenting
PowerTip: Add Multiple-line Comments in PowerShell
Top Four Suggestions for Effective PowerShell Comments
More Comments about PowerShell Commenting
Questions About Using TSQL to Import Excel Data You Were Too Shy to Ask
Developers, Ready for a New SQL Server Version?
Introducing: PowerShell Gallery
An INDEX of insights from ExcelXOR
What are useful tools and resources for DAX developers? #dax #powerpivot #tabular
Combining Data From Multiple Excel Workbooks With Power Query–The Easy Way!
Delayed Durability in SQL Server 2014
One Line PowerShell Solutions To Common SQL Server DBA Tasks
Distribution Database Migration
Windows Management Framework 5.0 Preview November 2014 is now available
You don’t really need ORDER BY do you? – Added to the SQL Server T-SQL Curah
November 2014 Cumulative Updates for SQL Server 2012
Cult of the Flying Spaghetti VLOOKUP
PowerShell ISE add-on to manage WMI permanent event filters, consumers, and bindings
SQL Server Video on Database Growth
Corrupt Your Database – On Purpose! [Video] – Added to SQL Server Corruption and Disaster Recovery Curah
What Are the Most Common Failures in Windows, SharePoint and SQL Server Alerting Systems?
Practical PowerShell Unit-Testing: Getting Started
Capturing wait statistics for a period of time
Desired State Configuration
Visual Studio is free for developers. How about SQL Server?
.NET Goes Open Source – An Epic Day… This is Your New Microsoft
Naming CHECK and UNIQUE Constraints
#tsql2sday #60 – Something New Learned – Problem Step Recorder
Other Interesting Posts
The Ten Golden Rules of Leadership
10 Ways to Deal with the Sucky Side of Work
Using the Kanban Board to Implement a Definition of Ready
Avoid 4 Dangers of Impatience – Still Get Things Done
What Do You Do with a Team that has Failed?
Leading experts bare all about the DevOps movement
DECISIONS YOU’LL BE THANKFUL YOU MADE