Visual Studio 2010 includes Entity Framework (EF) 4. Knowing what EF 4 is about and having an idea of how to use it can help you decide whether you want to add EF 4 to you SQL Server development toolkit.
At TechEd 2010 I had the opportunity to talk with several of the development tools vendors. So many vendors mentioned that database design should be in the hands of developers rather than DBAs that it’s looking like a trend. An ominous trend based on the supposition that DBAs don’t really understand coding and the development process....More
Visual Studio 2010 includes Entity Framework (EF) 4. Knowing what EF 4 is about and having an idea of how to use it can help you decide whether you want to add EF 4 to you SQL Server development toolkit....More
Many organizations today cannot use public cloud solutions because of security concerns, administrative challenges and functional limitations. However, they still need a centralized platform where end users can conduct self-service analytics in an IT-enabled environment....More
It is crucial to move away from data and analytics stored on individual desktop computers. Today’s solutions must promote holistic, collective intelligence. The strong, continued alliance between Microsoft and Pyramid Analytics helps make all this possible....More
To become a truly data-driven enterprise, many business leaders recognize that they must extend the capabilities of self-service business intelligence (BI) and analytics to more of their business users. Many BI tools tackle part of this need, but they don’t offer a complete enterprise solution....More