Episode 33

The thirtythird episode is up, a.k.a the “Bad SQL jokes” episode! We talk about features that are missing from Power BI, heap accolades on Alexander’s new Surface Laptop, talk about ATP being available for Windows 7/8.1 and mention T-SQL Tuesday #99.

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Epsiode 32

The thirtysecond episode is up, a.k.a the “stumped Alex” episode!

We talk about the new Windows Insider build, the new service extension post from Microsoft (and what that means), the Power BI February update and a story of corruption, #SQLFamily and asking for help.

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Episode 31

The thirtyfirst episode is up! This time we’re recording from the Nordic Infrastructure Conference in Oslo, Norway. We talk some security, Intune vs ConfigMgr and SQL Server!

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Episode 30

The thirtieth episode is up, a.k.a the “presentation remoote” episode!

We talk about what’s behind the scenes of Power BI desktop, SQL Saturday Vienna (which still was held on a Friday, by the way), new builds of InTune, Windows and Windows Server, the Nordic Infrastructure conference and some presentation technique tips thrown in for good measure.

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Episode 29

The twentyninth (and first episode of 2018!) episode is up, a.k.a the “on the ball” episode!

This time we talk shenanigans with PowerBI and ODBC connections, WANem for WAN emulation, Meltdown and Spectre, yet another insider build and what’s in store for 2018.

We’ve switched over to Pippa.io for file hosting. Expect some small technical glitches while we get settled in 🙂

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Episode 28

The twentyeight (and last episode for 2017) episode is up, a.k.a the “deepdive in the fish tank” epsiode! This time we talk some Power BI, setting learning goals (and the T-SQL Tuesday is on the SECOND Tuesday of the month, not the first as I incorrectly said) and AI in Office 365! We’ll be back at the beginning of 2018 for a look in the rear view mirror and also for a look ahead. 2017 was awesome and 2018 is set to be even better. Thank you so much to all our listeners for this year, and we’ll see you in 2018!

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Special episode #4

In the fourth special episode I’m talking about the database offerings in Azure, and Simon is asking intelligent questions.

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Episode 27

The twentyseventh episode is up, a.k.a the “New discoveries” epsiode! This time we talk Power BI security changes, Always Connected Windows on ARM, even more speaking engagements and (yet) another InTune preview!

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Episode 26

The twentysixth episode is up! This time we talk Power BI guest access, the changing landscape of training, running vmWare on Azure(!), Windows Server servicing and SQL Operations Studio.

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Show links:
SQL Operations Studio Download
SQL Operations Studio custom widgets by Drew Furgiuele

Special episode #3

The third special episode was recorded at PASS Summit in Seattle and is comprised of two interviews. The first is Adam Saxton and Patrick LeBlanc of Guy in a Cube, and the second is with Cloud and Datacenter MVP Rob Sewell!

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Show links:
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@sqldbawithbeard