“Radar” is our monthly digest which features links that our engineering team found interesting.
Shared by: Ashwini Gupta
The team started the effort with .NET Standard 1.x, but the reduced API surface caused non-trivial complications for our code migrations. With the 20,000+ APIs that returned with .NET Standard 2.0, all that changed, and we were able to quickly shift gears from code modifications to testing. After squashing a few bugs, we were ready to deploy .NET Core to production.
Shared by: Ketan Jawahire
How non-persisted computed column indexes make your JSON queries high performance
Shared by: Akshay Surve
Notebooks have rapidly grown in popularity among data scientists to become the de facto standard for quick prototyping and exploratory analysis. Netflix is pushing the boundaries even further, reimagining what a notebook can be, who can use it, and what one can do with it.
Options and recommendations for loading data into a columnstore index by using the standard SQL bulk loading and trickle insert methods. Loading data into a columnstore index is an essential part of any data warehousing process because it moves data into the index in preparation for analytics.
Shared by: Abhishek Sharma
Take a handwritten UI design and transform it into a valid HTML code