Category: Developer

Compare The Market – Data Science vs Analytical Skills

Tweet“You can have data without information, but you cannot have information without data.” – Daniel Keys Moran By far, from my experience it is essential to build your argument/position having a supportive data at hand, we can’t just win the…

SQL Server 2016 general availability and discovery day

TweetIn another few days time SQL Server 2016 (RTM) will be available for the users and officially supported within the production environments. 2016 version is the first database born in the cloud, a new innovation in the world of data platform. There…

“SQL Gulf #2” at Microsoft Dubai – September 5th 2015

TweetTo all Middle-eastern based data savvy professionals, here is the announcement about another biggest conference happening in Dubai on 05th September 2015. If you remember about SQL Gulf #1 event last year in Riyadh then no introduction is needed about this…

SQL Server 2016: Concepts and architecture for Stretch Database

TweetThe new feature set within SQL Server 2016 (in CTP2.2 as of today), not just simple enhancements or easy features there will be a big changes to come as compared to previous releases. As there is a flood of information…

Visual Studio 2015 and whatnot…

TweetAn exciting news to Development world about Visual Studio 2015. Catch up all the excitement from Visual Studio 2015 release Event. If you have a MSDN subscription then all you can do is download the latest version of Visual Studio 2015…

Different Types of Facts and Fact Tables in Data warehouse Design

TweetIn the previous post Different Types of Dimensions used in Data warehouse Design. we have discussed most commonly used types of Dimensions in Data warehouse Design. And as promised in this post I will be discussing most commonly used types of…

Different Types of Dimensions used in Data warehouse

TweetAbout me: Kaushal Shah I am a Microsoft® Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) for SQL Server 2012,Currently working in Microsoft BI space.I always keen to learn new technology and new skills.I have worked within different sectors of business.I have worked in…

How to Add Precedence Constraints in SSIS using BIML

TweetIn SSIS, tasks are linked by precedence constraints. If there are two tasks and you want them to execute in a certain order,  this is where precedence constraints are used to define the order in which they get executed in the…