This week, we are featuring Chris Albrektson's #EntryLevel blog Recursive Reporting with SSRS. In this post, Chris walks us through an example of how to use SSRS to report on recursive data.
10 May 2016
We are pleased to see so many community members continuing to share their entry level content on a regular basis. One such member, Kennie Pontoppidan, has already posted four entry level blogs! This week, we are proud to feature his post "Doing arithmetic with nully data". Thanks for sharing, Kennie, and keep up the good work.
11 April 2016
For this week's #EntryLevel Blog Challenge, we are featuring Jens Vestergaard's 'Filtering Tables in SQL Server Management Studio'. In this post, Jens offers a quick tip that can save a SQL Server beginner tons of time. Thanks Jens!
29 March 2016
For this week's #EntryLevel Blog Challenge, we are featuring Matt Allington's Multiple Data Tables in Power Pivot. In this post, Matt shows us how to use Power Pivot to build reports that combine multiple data tables. Thanks for your submission Matt!
14 March 2016
In this issue, we are featuring Aaron Bertrand's blog The Beauty of SQL Server's Synonym. Aaron talks about a SQL Server feature that is quite underused and relatively unknown. Thank you for your submission Aaron and congratulations on being selected!
3 February 2016
Thank you to everyone who has participated in the Entry-Level Blog Challenge to date. You have shared some truly fantastic entry-level content with the PASS community.
Remember National Lampoon Vacation? Well, move over, Griswolds. Kevin Kline and his family are travelling around the US Midwest as Kevin speaks at eight SQL Server user group chapters. Where will this #SQLVacation lead them next?
If you’re like Andy Levy, you know what it’s like to be nervous about public speaking. Andy recalls the first time he spoke at a SQLSaturday and provides some encouraging advice for anyone to start speaking. Read Andy's post and see how you can pluck up the courage to become a speaker!
Boris Hristov lists seven reasons why free events, such as SQLSaturday and the upcoming 24 Hours of PASS: Growing Our Community, are definitely worth your time to attend.