Episode 9

The ninth episode up, a.k.a the “cloudbreaker” episode. We talk about Windows 10 creator’s update, gothchas with teaching Azure courses, DTUs, XenApp Essentials, Surface Studio, hurtful database experiences and us presenting at the Code Meetup conference in Stockholm.

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Show notes:

Code Meetup
Ivan Stankovic’s blog post on VLFs
Justin Henriksen’s blog post on the DTU calculator, part 2

Right after we recorded the podcast, I found Andy Mallon’s excellent blog post on pretty much exactly what we’re talking about when it comes to DTUs. Check it out!

Andy Mallon’s blog post on DTUs

Episode 8

The eigth episode is up, a.k.a the “public speaking special” episode. We talk about our journey to speaking and presenting, cover some excellent training tips and of course say a few things about our ambivalent relationship to the Logitech Spotlight.

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Show notes:

David JP Phillips School of Communication

Episode 7

The seventh episode is up, a.k.a the “part of the piece” episode. We talk about Citrix, Data Lake, the duality of BI skills, Teams going GA, Windows 10 creator’s update and new releases for PowerBI.

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Episode 6

The sixth episode is up, a.k.a the “cloudclub” episode. We decided to drop in on our colleagues in Jönköping and discuss Azure Stack TP3, surprises with Azure Classic to Azure RM conversions, the relative sexappeal of Windows Phone users and Office 365 licensing per group improvements.

As always we gladly accept tips and criticism, as well as ideas for content for us to cover. Just tweet me (@arcticdba) or Simon (@bindertech)!