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5 questions for time limited interview for BI developer position that touch almost all areas related to modern Microsoft BI

1. For example it’s necessary to allow user to input worker’s salary but ensure that it’s in range related to the worker’s category. Ranges for categories are stored in a separate table. Data inserted by using T-SQL. Where is the … Continue reading

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Problem unsolvable for Data Lake Analytics

One of the tasks of Database Forensics is to detect events (or categories of events) that began too frequent. From programming perspective, this means that for each date there should be searches categories appearing more than certain number of times … Continue reading

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Lake and Blob – how far from each other?

Two competing cloud storage products by Microsoft are defined the next way: Azure Blob Storage is a general purpose, scalable object store that is designed for a wide variety of storage scenarios. Azure Data Lake Store is a hyper-scale repository that … Continue reading

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Data Lake Store vs Blob Storage

Why might company consider using Azure Data Lake Store over Azure Blob Storage? There are several options for data storage in Azure, each with a specific goal. In particular Data Lake Store is design specifically for Azure Data Lake Analytics. While Blob Storage can … Continue reading

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SHARK on SPARK – business capability increment or just another ICT extension?

The media provides generous buzz in regards to every particular emerging technology. No surprise the promising technology Spark contributes a lot to this stream. However it’s not always easy to separate out technical features descriptions and get pure understanding of how the technology can contribute … Continue reading

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Big Data ad-hoc querying with Power BI?

It has been a long time since Coudera introduced Impala as an alternative to slow MapReduce-based Hive. And has positioned new product as ad-hoc querying supporting tool (I recall Mr Isotov expressed interest in this – now I can state that only … Continue reading

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R capability in SQL Server 2016

After the recent news that SQL Server 2016 will support R and old news that Microsoft acquired RevolutionR I was interested if SQL Server is planned to use parallel computing (map-reduce based realisation R) or existing open-source version. Attending seninars … Continue reading

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