A new home for the SQL Server engineering team to communicate important information about SQL Server with the community. We have migrated several SQL Server related blogs to this new home in the SQL Server TechCommunity. Click here for the new SQL Server Engineering Team blog. There’s also a list of links to some of their […]
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Month: March 2019
Multiple cursors is one of my favorite features in VS Code. Just highlight what you want and hit cmd/ctrl + d to highlight all matching snippets. Then type away! I use this to add multiple classes, delete multiple elements, and edit attributes. pic.twitter.com/1ukxXsVdHS — Emma Wedekind ✨ (@EmmaWedekind) March 27, 2019
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Sydney SQL Server User Group meets tonight from 5:30pm at Microsoft Reactor. Tonight’s Speaker: Victor Isakov (MCA, MCM, MCT, MVP) More details here. Tonight will cover: With support for Linux and Containers SQL Server 2017 opened up a new world of possibilities for Microsoft. SQL Server 2019 will bring to market a new modern data […]
From @haveibeenpwned on Twitter New breach: Email address validation service Verifications.io left 763M email addresses exposed in an open MongoDB instance, many of which also had accompanying gender, DOB and other personal attributes. 66% were already in @haveibeenpwned. Check your email address now at haveibeenpwned.com Read more details about the discovery of the breach on […]
Telerik have are looking for users of Telerik’s Fiddler webproxy and debugging tool for beta testing of new features. To join their Insider Program and get early access to try and test their newest features click here.