SQL Operations Studio is a new tool created by Microsoft to make life easier for Database Administrators and Developers. It was first announced at the beginning of November this year, during PASS Summit conference in Seattle. Two weeks later on November 15th, the preview version was made available to the whole SQL Server community. The tool is available on three platforms (Windows, Linux, macOS) and can be downloaded for free here: Download and install Microsoft SQL Operations Studio (preview).
In this blog post, I’m going to describe SQL Operations Studio features. Continue reading “SQL Operations Studio – Comprehensive guide to the new database DevOps tool!”
This month’s TSQL2sday is hosted by Malathi Mahadevan (b|t) and the topic is about setting learning plan and goals for 2018. It is a perfect time to think how I would like to develop myself next year, what skills I should improve or what to change in my career path.
I never used to make New Year resolutions. I never had such need, and never thought about it as a good idea. However, I also never considered it as a simple way to create a learning plan. A plan that I can pursue to become a better database specialist. A plan which will help me get rid of my inner procrastinator (Mr. P: “keep dreaming…”).
This month’s T-SQL Tuesday topic encouraged me to try… I sat down for a while and this is the plan I came up with… Continue reading “T-SQL Tuesday #97 – My learning plan for 2018”
QuickQuestion series is a series of short posts in which I answer database related questions asked by my colleagues, friends, and co-workers, mainly application developers.
Can I add column with IDENTITY property to existing table with data?
Continue reading “QuickQuestion: Can I add column with IDENTITY property to existing table with data?”