Author Archives: Marcos Freccia
On the attempt to always learn something new, I was playing around with Python, the Python-Twitter Package and the Schedule package.
Pretty much I wanted to create a small script where I could every X minutes to connect on twitter and re-tweet some tweets that were using an specific hashtag.
This was what I came up with. Read the rest of this entry
Those days I was playing around with Microsoft Flow and have created some automation for a few things.
While playing with it the thing that I liked was the possibility to host workflows in a free account. So, if you have a live account you can pretty much use a ton of connectors and create your own workflows. You should check it out the plan offers in this link below and understand how you can use it.
Nos dias 6 e 7 de Abril, acontecerá na UNIP Tatuapé São Paulo o maior evento presencial de experts Microsoft do Brasil – www.mvpconf.com.br, vou tentar enumerar as 5 razões de qualificar como o maior evento de expects e impulsionar sua curiosidade para realizar sua inscrição agora: Read the rest of this entry
I just wanted to make a short blog post to tell you that I will be speaking in two meetups in Berlin in this month. So, if you follow me and live in Berlin or nearby I invite you to attend it and learn more about the Microsoft Data Platform world. Read the rest of this entry
Probably you were a bit curious about it and decided to click here, right? This is a very recurrent question on Microsoft forums, where people who maybe by mistake encrypted all of the stored procedures, or maybe you support a 3rd party application and there is an particular stored procedure killing the performance of your server and you just wanna know what the same is doing?
Independent of what you want to do, let me show you here how can you manage to see the content of an encrypted procedure. Read the rest of this entry
Those days at work I had to remove a bunch of databases from the Availability Groups and later drop them from the primary and secondary replicas. I know I could do the click, click and drop thing, but why not PowerShell? Read the rest of this entry
Last week I was helping an Application Admin to Synchronize files and folders between Source and Destination Servers. The challenge was because some folders had really long hierarchies, so you could imagine something like this.
I would say that doing this for some files it is really ok, but for my case we are talking about of 10GB of data and around 4K folders in the root level. Basically, this was the solution that I was able to come up.
The script in in the Github link below. Read the rest of this entry
You all know that lately I have been learning a bit of Python and one of the very first things that every single course says are: Create all your projects in a Python Virtual Environment. However, what does Virtual Environment mean?
When you do a default installation of Python, you can pretty much use it, install packages and create all your projects and this will work without any problems. The problem begins when a particular project of yours starts to have dependencies of a certain Python package in a certain level. If you run pip upgrade for a package in your global environment all projects that uses that one will get upgraded as well. The outcome from that are two possible results.
1) Your package is upgraded successfully and all projects that relates to that also work after.
2) Your package is upgraded successfully and some of your projects stops to work because of version compatibility. Read the rest of this entry
I just wanted to share that I will be presenting a Lightining Talk at SQL Saturday 679 in Vienna, Austria. I will have 10 minutes to present the following session.
Title: My 5 favorite Powershell Commands!
So, if you are planning to be in Vienna for the SQL Saturday, make sure to register yourself, as there are only a few spots available. Also, if you are a DBA, I would say that you really should be attending my Lightining Talk, because the commands that I am gonna show you will save your life.. or at least make it easier.
Also, look at the Event Agenda, as there will be many other sessions in all areas of the Data Platform world.
See you in Vienna!
Nos próximos dias 29 e 30 de Novembro teremos mais uma edição do 24 Horas de PASS – Edição em Português. O evento já é bastante conhecido da comunidade técnica Microsoft de Data Platform.
Como todos sabem o evento é 100% gratuito e online, então sem desculpas para não participar. Nessa edição terei o prazer de realizar uma apresentação sobre Power BI Report Server e falar um pouco mais sobre esse modelo de Power BI e como sua organização pode também obter. Então, segue abaixo os detalhes de minha apresentação. Read the rest of this entry