Power BI vs SSRS

A detailed description of the differences between Power BI and SSRS

Zed Dietrich by Zed Dietrich

Basics of Powershell Excel & JSON Parsing

Powershell can be used to programmatically parse excel & JSON files. This blog details some of its features for parsing spreadsheets and text files.

Leo Ling by Leo Ling

How to solve problems in new ways part 2

In my previous blog post about the book How to think like Einstein by Scott Thorpe, I discussed steps to breaking the rules we make for ourselves. The tips outlined a helpful route to problem solving as well as a greater range of creative, potential, solutions.

Sonny Darji by Sonny Darji

How to solve problems in new ways

This summer, I read a wonderful book that describes new methods of problem solving. The book, titled How to Think like Einstein by Scott Thorpe. As a developer in the Computer Science field, new problems arise each day.  Some days can be more challenging than others, where problems add up, or new complexities appear.  See how this book gave me helpful tips to becoming a better problem solver.

Sonny Darji by Sonny Darji

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