The Microsoft SQL Server team joins a growing list of Microsoft product areas that are hosting Reddit chats over the next few weeks. Microsoft Teams team hosted one just a few days ago, and the Azure Big Data team has one planned for November 17.
This latest one for the Microsoft SQL Server team is on November 18th, 2016 and runs from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm PDT. The actual event opens on Thursday, November 17th 2016 at 2:00pm so you can get your questions threaded for early responses. PMs and Developers from the SQL Server engineering team participating throughout the day and have offered a list of topic focused ideas:
- SQL Server Features such as Columnstore, In-Memory OLTP, Row-Level Security, PolyBase, Stretch, or any of the features listed here.
- Database Tools for Microsoft SQL Server and Azure SQL Database (SSMS, SSDT, SSRS, SSIS, SSAS, SSMA, SQLPS, CLI Tools)
- Azure Portal for Azure SQL DB, Azure Elastic Database Pools or Azure Virtual Machines with SQL Server
- R Services for predictive analytics, machine learning, and using scalable R packages with SQL Server technologies
- Developing with SQL Server using the language of your choice (Examples. Node, Python, Java, etc.) or connecting your app to SQL Server using our drivers (ODBC, JDBC and open source drivers)
- Migrating or Building Apps and Solutions with SQL Server and the resources we have available to help you get the most out of SQL Server.
Go here to participate: https://www.reddit.com/r/SQLServer/
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