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My Data Day at Build – Azure Elastic Databases, Azure Search, IoT, Azure Stream Analytics, and more

[This post is by Jeff Mlakar, a member of the Business Intelligence Team at Bennett Adelson.  Follow us @BIatBA and @JeffMlakar] Today was Day 2 for me at Microsoft Build. And it was all about DATA. From the new Azure SQL Database Elastic Databases, to Azure Search, to Big Data, to Azure Stream Analytics, and Azure …

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My Day at Holographic Academy

[This entry was written by Jeff Mlakar, a member of the Business Intelligence Team at Bennett Adelson.] Today was day 1 at the Microsoft Build Conference.  While there were many exciting things that came out of the Keynote like an Android subsystem on Windows, Objective-C apps, and, I’m happy to report, lots pieces for the …

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A Lap Around the Azure API Management Service

At a recent conference, our team presented a talk called “A Lap Around Azure API Service Management.” It was a great opportunity to meet others in the area who are active developing on the Microsoft platform.  We appreciated meeting people with varying levels of familiarity in the Web APIs, and it was a perfect opportunity …

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Upcoming Event: “A Tour of Power BI: Pivot, View, Query, and Map”

Join us Tuesday, February 11th @ 5:45pm for the .NET SIG.  Jeff Mlakar from our Business Intelligence team (@BIatBA) will be presenting on the Microsoft Power BI stack, including Power Query, Power Pivot, Power View, and Power Map.  Jeff will be showing how these free add-ins can be used within Excel, and he will be …

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Using PerfView to Diagnose a .NET Memory Leak

I recently worked with a customer that was experiencing a memory leak with custom code running in Outlook. They were having trouble isolating the source of the leak, and they called us to help. There are several ways to dig into the process and profile the memory, but each have their own challenges and require …

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