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  1. Another interesting trick with APPLY operator

    Some years ago, I was reading one book of Itzik Ben-Gan where he explained in depth the use of a new operator: APPLY, I told myself, it just another new feature more. I didn’t understand the relevance and the many versatile applications it had, through time, I have been using APPLY in many scenarios. Saving time and resources it is a fundamental part of each TSQL development, in this short article I would like to explain a simple trick with APPLY operator.The requirement can sound exotic but is...
  2. The state of Machine Learning and AI industry: insights from Gooroo data

    As Machine Learning (ML), a specialization of Data Science / Artificial Intelligence (AI), moves from a hype to becoming mainstream, there are still a lot of unknowns around the role ML plays in businesses. What exactly do companies hire ML for? What are the skills they need? As this article puts it For instance, did you know the top hiring role in Data Science is no longer "Data Scientist". In fact, it’s relating to Machine Learning skills. As it is happening, at Gooroo.io, we are...
  3. Tech skill and Salary analysis - United States and Australia

    Tech job seekers, both active and passive, are willing to make a move for the right offer. But when is the right time to move? Since the technology sector is ever expanding and evolving, it is hard to know when the market is best placed for a strategic relocation into another role. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of tech and computer occupations is expected to grow 12% by 2024, greater than the average for all other occupations. Now more than ever it is important that...
  4. SQL Server - How to extract Storage related Meta Data for Monitoring and Automation

    1. How much Disk Space is my Database currently using on Disk and what is the real Data Volume in the Database files?2. How close is the Data Volume to the Storage Limits?The following article will show you how to extract all relevant information using T-SQL for automation - step by step.If you simply need a quick and dirty solution without going through the details feel free to jump the code block labelled PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER at the very end of this article.The first table we want to look...
  5. The Power of PowerShell.. And the Shell..

    "What is the one technology I need to learn to get a job like the one you have?" - this is a question I've received from time to time, and my answer would vary, depending on who asked. Or rather; who I perceive the questioner to be - I cannot *know* for a fact what most suits his or her particular ambitions and style.. But in the last few years my answer, more often than not, has been "PowerShell"! Simply because I see it as one of the most important and game-changing technologies to come out of...
  6. Microsoft Business Intelligence approaches

    Time Intelligence is a common issue for every OLAP structure because Time as dimension apperars in every OLAP project, in every Cube you build, despite business model or type. To handle Time Intelligence good in calculations, aggregations and optimization, you need to use Timescale as well. With Timescale I mean: MonthToDate (MTD), YearToDate (YTD), LastYear(LY) etc..., all these very important to everyday use of Business Intelligence solutions.Now, I will take you to the technical steps of implemention...
  7. Configure RoundCube on Debian 8 (Jessie) - Perfect Server Debian 8 (Apache, BIND, Dovecot, ISPConfig 3)

    Debian 8 (Jessie) doesn't contain RoundCube in it's repositories. Why, I don't know :) . In ISPConfig3, Perfect Server, Debian 8, you get SquirrelMail, but I don't like how it looks. With some trouble setting it up, I managed to configure RoundCube on Debian 8 and make it wokring with ISPConfig3. Used many sources to make it work and decided to create this manual that you’re reading.I presume that you have configured your server with Perfect Server Debian 8 (Apache, BIND, Dovecot, ISPConfig 3) configuraton...
  8. Initiating the Git

    How to initiate git through sshlogin using shh~~~git $ ssh [email protected] ~~~creating a folder ~~~git $ mkdir folder_name ~~~changing to that newly created folder~~~git $ cd folder_name ~~~initiating as a master branch~~~git $ git init --bare ~~~changing the windows pack~~~git $ git config pack.window 0 ~~~##step 5 : clone to local machine usingcloning the newly created folder to local~~~git $ git clone [email protected]:/home/folder_name ~~~adding the all files which are created
  9. How to remove HTML tag using SQL?

    If you have your data with tags like < div>,< span> , < br> , etc. You can use the function below to remove this characters from your string. Blog.The function removes all content between the characteres < , > and also that characteres too.The HTMLString is the input for the function below, the column ClearString is the output for the function below.I hope that will help you.Cheers!
  10. MS SQL: Google Maps API

    This article will show how to calculate the distance beween two addresses using Google Maps API. Blog.I was looking to an easy way to calculate the distance between two addresses using SQL and Google Maps Distance Matrix API and I found this post from stackoverflow very useful.Here is how I use the Google Maps Distance Matrix API:CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[CalculateDistance] ( @ToAddress NVARCHAR(100) = '', @FromAddress NVARCHAR(100) = '', @DistanceistanceInKm FLOAT OUTPUT ) ASBEGINDECLARE @Object...
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