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I recently had a need to react to a push event on a GitHub repository and do some data processing on what was pushed. GitHub expose webhooks for a wide range of events so I looked into using Azure Functions and webhooks to respond to the GitHub push event. This turned out to be very…

November 7, 2018By Martin Kearn

Cumulative Update11 includes all application and platform hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018. The cumulative update isintended mainly for solutions that are experiencing the problems described in the Knowledge Base article linked to below. However, you areadvised to always keep your solution updated with the latest cumulative update….

November 7, 2018By navteam

Cumulative Update24 includes all application and platform hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017. The cumulative update isintended mainly for solutions that are experiencing the problems described in the Knowledge Base article linked to below. However, you areadvised to always keep your solution updated with the latest cumulative update….

November 7, 2018By navteam

Cumulative Update 37 includes all application and platform hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016. The cumulative update isintended mainly for solutions that are experiencing the problems described in the Knowledge Base article linked to below. However, you areadvised to always keep your solution updated with the latest cumulative…

November 7, 2018By navteam

Cumulative Update49 includes all application and platform hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015. The cumulative update isintended mainly for solutions that are experiencing the problems described in the Knowledge Base article linked to below. However, you areadvised to always keep your solution updated with the latest cumulative update….

November 7, 2018By navteam

So many of you will know about https://mybinder.org/ Binder is a awesome tool that allows you turn a Git repo into a collection of interactive Jupyter notebooks and it allows you to, open those notebooks in an executable environment, making your code immediately reproducible by anyone, anywhere. Jupyter Notebooks in the cloud Another great interactive…

November 7, 2018By Lee Stott

SQL Server 2017 and Azure SQL Database introducednative graph database capabilitiesfor modeling many-to-many relationships. The first implementation of SQL Graph introduced support for nodes to represent entities, edges to represent relationships, and a new MATCH predicate to support graph pattern matching and traversal. We will be further expanding the graph database capabilities with several new…

November 7, 2018By Shreya Verma

Last year SQL Server 2017 and Azure SQL Database introduced query processing improvements that adapt optimization strategies to your application workloads runtime conditions. These improvements included: batch mode adaptive joins, batch mode memory grant feedback, and interleaved execution for multi-statement table valued functions. In SQL Server 2019 preview, we are further expanding query processing capabilities…

November 7, 2018By Karthik Ramachandra

The .NET Framework 4 saw the introduction of theSystem.Threading.Tasksnamespace, and with it theTaskclass. This type and the derivedTask<TResult>have long since become a staple of .NET programming, key aspects of the asynchronous programming model introduced with C# 5 and itsasync/awaitkeywords. In this post, I’ll cover the newerValueTask/ValueTask<TResult>types, which were introduced to help improve asynchronous performance in…

November 7, 2018By Stephen Toub - MSFT2

We’ll continue to explore the Azure Data Architecture Guide with our third blog entry in this series.The previous entries for this blog seriesare: Azure Data Architecture Guide Blog #1: Introduction Azure Data Architecture Guide Blog #2: On-demand big data analytics Like the previous post, we’ll work from a technology implementation seen directly in…

November 7, 2018By AzureCAT

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