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A Lazy Data Scientist’s Toolkit

By Mark Wilcock In 2006, I was thrown a difficult analytics task. My failure to make inroads into it haunts me and influences the choice of tools I use for analyzing and visualizing data even today.  I was working for an investment bank in the risk management department. The bank had...

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Getting started with Integrated Python and SQL Server 2017

By: Ginger Grant

As part of the effort Microsoft is making at incorporating analytics, Python is being added into SQL Server 2017.   This means SQL Server will support the two primary languages of Data Science within SQL Server R and Python.  As I have previously reviewed using R in SQL Server, I...

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What I Love About the Stack Overflow Database

By: Brent Ozar

Brent Ozar keeps finding new reasons to love the Stack Overflow public database and he’s excited to share these with you at PASS Summit in October! In the meantime, join Brent at his upcoming 24HOP session on July 19, Last Season’s Performance Tuning Techniques. I’ve...

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MSSQL Tiger Team Sessions

We’re very excited to announce the following PASS Virtual Chapters will be hosting various sessions on different topics by the MSSQL Tiger Team over the next several months:  

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PASS Summit Spotlight: Advanced Data Recovery Techniques

Last year, Paul Randal delivered, Advanced Data Recovery Techniques, which was recognized as one of the Best of PASS Summit 2014. Do you know how to salvage your data in the midst of a data disaster?

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Extended Support for SQL Server 2005 ends on April 12, 2016 - Upgrade Now to Optimize Your Data Platform

In just one short year, on April 12, 2016, Microsoft will be ending extended support for SQL Server 2005. If you are still running this version, now is the time to start planning your migration. Microsoft has tools and resources available to help you make this move.

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