Back home after a week in Redmond for the annual Microsoft MVP Summit. It was weird being there for the days before and after the election. In a way I felt as if we were in a bubble, focused on the MVP sessions all day long and isolated from what was happening elsewhere.
It was awesome.
Here's a bunch of links I found on the Intertubz that you may find interesting, enjoy!
As if I needed yet another thing to worry about, now light bulbs may be attacking me. I'm starting to think wearing a hat made from aluminum foil might be a smart fashion choice.
I suppose I could go live in a shack in Montana, but this list might be worth trying first.
Words cannot express how excited I am for SQL Server on Linux. Well, maybe these words: sudo yum install -y mssql-server
Well, this possibly explains why some people feel the need to act as if they are the smartest person in the room, but I'm still going to just think they are being a jerk.
How is it that Brazil is not the best at Brazil nuts?
Setting aside the philosophical discussion about how information can neither be created nor destroyed, these are good tips for those of us that sometimes have the need to make an effort to destroy data.
It's rare for me to find someone these days that still deny the Cloud is a thing, and I suspect that such perceptions will all but disappear by 2020.
Found outside my hotel room last Wednesday morning and my first thought was "is this where the Hadoop sessions are taking place?":