What we're about

As part of Croatian MS community, SQL Server User Group is a place for DB professionals, DBAs and DBDevs alike, where they can meet, learn and exchange ideas.

Follow us also on:

https://www.facebook.com/SSUGCRO/
https://www.linkedin.com/company/ssughr
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL26JHb0FipfFCimpuU1Q6A
https://www.linkedin.com/groups/3753389/

--

Kao dio MS community Hrvatska, SQL Server User grupa je mjesto za DB profesionalce, DBA, DBDev, BI i podacima bliske tematike. Ovdje se možete družiti, učiti i razmjenjivati ideje.

Slijedite nas i na ostalim kanalima:

https://www.facebook.com/SSUGCRO/
https://www.linkedin.com/company/ssughr
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL26JHb0FipfFCimpuU1Q6A
https://www.linkedin.com/groups/3753389/

Code of conduct

All group members should follow

Throughout each interaction:

1. Be friendly and welcoming
- Listen with purpose and create space for others’ communication preferences.
- Ask yourself how you can make someone life easier.

2. Be patient Remember that people have varying communication styles and preferences.
- Recognize that not everyone is using their native language.
- Meaning and tone can be lost in translation.

3. Be thoughtful Think about how others will interpret your words.
- Aim for clear and productive communication.
- Remember that sometimes it is best to refrain from commenting.

4. Be respectful and inclusive
- Respect differences of opinion.
- Seek to understand and build bridges, not condemn or criticize.
- Make a conscious effort to include people who differ from you.

5. Be open and curious
- Assume good intent and interpret others’ statements or questions in good faith.
- Ask questions to understand, not denounce.
- Focus on continuous learning.
- Improve upon the things you already know, tackle new things, and ask others about their expertise to deepen your own knowledge.

Summary

1. Treat everyone with respect, kindness, and empathy.
2. Use welcoming and inclusive language.
3. Be thoughtful in how you communicate in person and online.
4. Don’t be destructive or inflammatory.
5. Gracefully accept constructive criticism.
6. Listen with purpose and create space for others’ communication preferences.
7. Reach out to the organizers if you need anything.

Upcoming events (4+)

Do You Speak English? Localized Reports with Power BI

Online event

Even when we live in a global world your end-users might expect to get their reports in their own local language. This talk is guiding you through the available options and necessary steps to give the report user control over the language:
• Content of textual columns
• Headlines
• Currency
• Model (names of tables, columns and measures)
• Power BI Desktop and Power BI service
You will learn to extend Power BI’s data model to allow for multi-language support of column content and headlines (and how you can automate the translation of the texts with Azure Cognitive Services). I will show you how you can implement currency conversion and how to translate the model’s meta data. Finally, we look at how to change the language in Power BI Desktop in in Power service.

Markus Ehrenmüller-Jensen - BI Architect

Markus Ehrenmüller-Jensen is the founder of Savory Data and works as a project leader, data engineer and BI architect since 1994. He is an educated software-engineer, graduated business educator and professor for databases and project engineering at HTL Leonding (technical college) and certified as MCSE Data Platform and MCSE Business Intelligence. Markus speaks regularly on international conferences (eg. SQL PASS Summit, SQLBits London, Power Platform Worldtour, SQL Saturdays, SQL Days, SQL PASS Austria, ...) and writes articles for well-known journals. In 2013 he co-founded SQL PASS Austria and in 2016 Power Platform Usergroup Austria and organizes SQL Saturdays in Vienna since 2014. For his technical leadership in the community he was awarded repeatedly as a Microsoft Data Platform MVP since 2017.

Luis Beltran - Cosmos DB + Azure Functions: A serverless database processing

With the native integration between Cosmos DB and Azure Functions, you can create database triggers, input bindings, and output bindings directly from your account.

Using Azure Functions and Cosmos DB, you can create and deploy event-driven serverless apps with low-latency access to rich data for a global user base.

In this session, we'll explore what it takes to setup a serverless environment capable of performing CRUD operations on a Cosmos DB account, as well as some recommendations and use cases.

Luis Beltran

Hello! My name is Luis. I'm a Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies and AI. I am currently pursuing a PhD in Engineering Informatics at Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Czech Republic.

I am a fan of software development, particularly mobile apps with Xamarin integrated with cloud computing services, such as Azure. Moreover, Artificial Intelligence is amazing and one of my favorite topics!

I've been developing .NET apps for more than 10 years. I find C# a really powerful language which allow us to create different kinds of software.

I enjoy sharing my knowledge with others, either at writing a blog post or streaming an online session. Of course, activities such as talking for a conference and answering peeps' questions in social networks are included as well.

Monitoring and Troubleshooting SQL Server env using Free community tools

Monitoring and Troubleshooting SQL Server environments using Free community tools

In this session we will see how to monitor and troubleshoot different SQL Server environments using free tools developed by community experts
We will cover First Responder Kit , Diagnostics Queries, BPCCheck, dbatools / dbachecks and more

Javier Villegas

Javier Villegas is IT Director (Data and BI) at Mediterranean Shipping Company with more than 20 years of experience working with SQL Server, Including Azure SQL.
His specialization is Administration, Performance Tuning, High Availability and Disaster Recovery.
Javier is a Microsoft MVP Data Platform since 2016 and MCT
He is a frequent speaker in conferences and events such as SQL Saturdays, PASS Virtual Groups, PASS Marathons, 24 Hours SQL PASS , vOpen , GroupBy ,DataPlatformGeeks and Azure Global Bootcamps.

Klaus Aschenbrenner - Myths and Misconceptions about Locking & Blocking

Myths and Misconceptions about Locking & Blocking

You know the various Transaction Isolation Levels and Locking/Blocking very well in SQL Server? If yes, come and join my session where I will talk about various Myths and Misconceptions around Locking & Blocking that I have encountered over the years. We will take a whirl tour through some edge cases that will change forever how you think about Locking & Blocking in SQL Server. During this session we will cover the following areas:

*) NOLOCK can block!
*) Shared Locks are blocking Shared Locks!
*) Read Committed behaves as Repeatable Read
*) Online Index Operations are not Online Index Operations!

About the speaker

Klaus Aschenbrenner provides with his company SQLpassion SQL Server consulting & training services across Europe. Klaus works with SQL Server for more than 20 years. Klaus has also written the book Pro SQL Server 2008.

Photos (172)