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Nominated for Author of the Year

I have the great pleasure to announce that I have been nominated for the “Author of the Year” award at the MSSQLTips website. This means however I have to persuade people to vote for me, hence this blog post 😉 You can vote for me at the following URL: http://www.mssqltips.com/MSSQLTipsAuthorVoting.asp Note that you can cast a […]

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PASS BI VC: How to (not) torment your fellow SSIS developer?

On November 17th 2PM CET I will redo my SQL Server Days presentation How to (not) torment your fellow SSIS developer? for the PASS BI virtual chapter. This is great news for the people who couldn’t attend my session at the SQL Server Days and who still want to see it (I hope those people […]

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Overview of Published Articles – 2014Q3

Here is an overview of the articles I published in the third quarter of 2014. INTENSE SCHOOL MCSE Prep (SQL) – Using Parameters in Reporting Services Reports (Part 2) Book Review: SQL Server 2012 Integration Services Design Patterns MSSQLTIPS Adding Custom Reports to SQL Server Management Studio More Text Analysis with the SSIS Term Lookup […]

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T-SQL Tuesday #59: My Hero

This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is hosted by Tracy McKibben (blog | twitter) and is all about heroes (not the TV show). Ada Lovelace has been an inspiration to many. In keeping with my blog theme, let’s call her a hero. We all have our heroes, those people who we admire, who inspire us, who we […]

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SQL Server Days 2014 – Slide deck

SQL Server Days 2014 is over, but it has been one great event. A very big thanks to the organizers! My session went pretty well, somewhere around 60 attendees I would guess and they didn’t seem too bored. I saw some other great sessions as well, such as Buck Woody (twitter) on Big Data (and […]

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The Magic Alt Button

Lately I have been using more and more the awesomeness of the Alt-button in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). What do I mean with this? While holding the Alt-button on your keyboard, you can select a block of text instead of lines of text. Note that this is not an exclusive feature, you can do […]

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Stupid me #4 – The login is from an untrusted domain

After quite a while it has finally returned: another Stupid Me™®©! A reminder: Every time I do something “stupid”, which happens from time to time, I’ll do a little blog post on what happened and how I solved it. The reason for this is twofold: I’ll have a solution online I can consult if it […]

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Overview of Published Articles – 2014Q2

Here is an overview of the articles I published in the second quarter of 2014. Intense School MCSE Prep: The Integration Services Package and Project Deployment Models—Part 1 MCSE Prep: The Integration Services Package and Project Deployment Models—Part 2 MCSE Prep (SQL) – Using Parameters in Reporting Services Reports (Part 1) MSSQLTips Improve SSIS data […]

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Speaking at SQL Server Days 2014

I am absolutely delighted to share the great news that I have been selected as one of the speakers for the 2014 edition of the SQL Server Days in Belgium. It is one of the biggest SQL Server events in Europe and this will be the 4th time I am presenting there. A lot of […]

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SSRS Nugget: displaying placeholders when no rows are returned

A few days ago there was an interesting question on the forum: How can I get None in each cell of a table in the report if no rows are returned? If I use “No rows message” property, header is not displaying on the report but I would like to get headers along with “NONE” […]

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