Apple Calendar Spam

Despite being a Microsoft Engineer I use a Mac for daily tasks and development of scripts etc. thanks to virtualization. Lately I’ve noticed an increased Apple Calendar SPAM invites, on a daily basis I was getting 2 to 5 SPAM invites in my iCloud calendar from chines sites selling everything from watches to Raybans. I’ve … Continue reading Apple Calendar Spam


Install SQL Server Tools on Linux


In the last article I have gone through the process of installing SQL Server on a Linux machine and connecting to the instance via SQL Management Studio. Of course SQL Server on Linux comes with a set of command-line tools and ODBC drivers that you can use for managing SQL and database instances, in this … Continue reading Install SQL Server Tools on Linux

Install SQL on Linux


Microsoft recently made available SQL public preview of SQL Server for Linux. It is important to make it clear SQL on Linux is not a “light” SQL version but Microsoft’s goal is a fully featured SQL Server. In this article I will explore the process to Install SQL on Linux on an on-premises lab. Install … Continue reading Install SQL on Linux