I believe that NuGet has been one of the most significant tools added to Visual Studio since it was introduced in the 2010 version. It's hard to imagine anyone working on a .NET project over the last few years and still be able to keep NuGet packages out of the solution. Of course I'm being a bit extreme here, but if that's your case, please make a comment below, I really would like to know more details on that.
Last May 16 I attended SQLSaturday at Lisbon, Portugal, a free training event mainly targeted at SQL Server and Data professionals. The event featured a total of 6 session slots distributed over the following 7 (!) tracks: Performance, Business Intelligence, Agile & Cloud, Analytics & NonRelational, DBA, Hands-On Lab and SQL Server 2016.
I've been wanting to setup a blog for myself for quite some time. Today, finally, I did it.
You might be asking:
"A blog?! That's so outdated, right?"
Well, I don't believe so, and if you work on any kind of software development, I'm pretty sure you already found some cool solution to a problem you were having on a random guy's blog, and couldn't find it anywhere else on the interwebs. Yeah, random guy™ rocks!