I'm honoured to be chosen to speak at the enormous Pass Data Summit. I'll doing a virtual session but will leave plenty of time in and after the session for Q&A. The schedule isn't finished yet so I've got no idea what other sessions will be taking place in my timeslot, but seeing some mentions … Continue reading Speaking at Pass Data Summit
I'm honoured to tell you that I'll be speaking in Oslo this year! I've seen this wonderful city on TV and travelled past it on my way to Hamar for a number of speedskating events. This will be the first time I'll get to visit the city itself. The agenda is brimming with excellent sessions … Continue reading Speaking at Data Saturday Oslo
Now that's a title! Here's the problem I've ran into. Setup Customer has an Azure environment with an Azure SQL Server database that can be reached through a private endpoint. There's a VPN in place to connect on-premises networks with the Azure VNet and the private endpoint is in one of the subnets, the VPN … Continue reading Connect your on-premises SSMS to Azure SQL DB over a VPN
I'm honoured to tell you that this year, I'm giving a session at the 15th edition of dataMinds Connect. I visited the event last year at the Lamot venue in Mechelen and had a blast. So many good people there. The agenda is brimming with excellent sessions and it's really hard to pick. If you … Continue reading Speaking at dataMinds Connect 2022!
#tsql2sday 151, my view on coding standards
A short blog about my latest speaking experiences #dataweekender #sqlfriday #zekerweten
This month, Camila Henrique (b | L) invites us to write about advice for our younger selves. In one simple line it'd be 'follow your heart'. After finishing school I had to choose my next level education. I wasn't qualified (yet) to go to university so I went to the next best level. Because I … Continue reading #TSQL2sday #149 T-SQL Advice you’d give to your younger self
A short blog on how to get Always Encrypted to work in your app and in the ODBC connection.
Testing out if you can use preceding and following in the same windowing function @Microsoft @SQLServer #zekerweten
All my experiences at #sqlbits. Spoiler alert: I loved it!