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SSIS Integration with Dynamics CRM

SQL Server Integration Services is a component of the Microsoft SQL Server database software that can be used to perform a broad range of data migration tasks. SSIS is a platform for data integration and workflow applications. It features a data warehousing tool used for data extraction, transformation, and loading. 

Ajay Ravi by Ajay Ravi

PowerShell Core

PowerShell 5.1 is the latest release of the original PowerShell.  Starting with version 6.0, PowerShell is now referred to as PowerShell Core.  PowerShell Core 6.0 is cross-platform - supported on macOS, Linux, and Windows - and built on .NET Core instead of the traditional .NET framework.

Mitchell Grande by Mitchell Grande

Using Git: A Beginner’s Toolkit

This blog will introduce the basic commands when using Git Bash (git’s built in command window) as well as basic git concepts.

Trevor Suarez by Trevor Suarez

Conditionals and "For" in Terraform

Terraform allows us to deploy infrastructure as code using a high level configuration language known as HCL. Terraform is a good tool for building infrastructure for a wide range cloud providers, but it can be difficult to implement standard control flow statements- if statements and loops- that are present in standard programming languages. 

Leo Ling by Leo Ling

Polymorphic Associations Using EF Core

"Polymorphic Associations" is an interesting SQL anti-pattern that is utilized often in Ruby on Rails code. This pattern isn't natively supported in Entity Framework Core; however, Polymorphic Associations can be implemented using existing EF Core features.

Dalton Smith by Dalton Smith

Cumulative Sum by Period to Period Change in Power BI

A cumulative sum is a sequence of partial sums of a given sequence. I am going to construct a cumulative sum of sales graphic by period to period change in Power BI. This type of graph simultaneously helps readers understand the change in sales over the course of twelve months and a whole year.

Megan Dehn by Megan Dehn