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SQL Server 2016 To Become GA on June 1st

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Microsoft announced that SQL Server 2016 will become generally available on June 1st. The BI edition is gone and I don’t think that many people would miss it because of its client-based CAL licensing. I’d like to thank Microsoft of listening to feedback from MVPs and community and for including Tabular in Standard Edition! For more […]

New and Noteworthy Extensions for Visual Studio – April 2016

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In April the community added another 100 new Visual Studio extensions to the Visual Studio Gallery. To help you enjoy this creativity from the community, every month or two I’ll be introducing some of the new extensions that caught my eye. Here are the highlights for this month: Open in Notepad++ (Good old Notepad++) File... Read more

Last Week on Channel 9: April 25th - May 1st, 2016 | C9Team | Channel 9

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The .NET of Tomorrow [Ed Charbeneau]

Compare browser type systems with the new API Catalog tool [Joseph Shum, Arron Eicholz and Justin Rogers]

Welcome to the Invisible Revolution [Allison Linn]

AI, Mixed Reality, and the New Software Landscape [Rick Barraza]



Last Week on Channel 9: April 25th - May 1st, 2016 | C9Team | Channel 9



Scaling Jenkins on AzureIn this session we will review the state of Continuous Delivery, discuss characteristics of achieving Continuous Delivery at scale and review
implementation of Continuous Delivery using Microsoft Azure, Docker and Jenkins. As a practical example, we will take a look at scaling a Jenkins cluster with Azure Container Service, which you can use as a reference point for implementing Continuous Delivery of your own applications. ....(Read whole news on source site)

RavenDB 3.5 whirl wind tour: You want all the data, you can’t handle all the data

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Another replication feature in RavenDB is the ability to replicate only specific collections to a sibling, and even the ability to transform the outgoing data as it goes out. Here is an example of how this looks in the UI, which will probably do it much better justice than a thousand words from me. There are several reasons why you'll want to use this feature. In terms of deployment, it gives you an easy way to replicate parts of a database's data to a number of other databases, without requiring you to send the full details. A typical
example would be a product catalog that is shared among multiple tenants, but where each tenant can modify the products or add new ones. Another example would be to have the production database replicate backward to the staging database, with certain fields that are masked so the development / QA team can work with a realistic dataset. An important consideration with filtered replication is that because the data is filtered, a destination that is using filtered replication isn't a viable fallback target, and it will not be considered as such by the client. If you want failover, you need...(Read whole news on source site)

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