I will be speaking @ Tuga IT 2018

Starting on 19th of July and during 3 days the Tuga IT 2018 Summer Edition will be happening in Lisbon!

This edition will have:

4 full-day workshops
38 breakout sessions (1 hour)
5 deep dive sessions (2 hours)
That is over 72 hours of content delivered by 44 awesome speakers, many of them recognized industry experts.

You can see the full schedule here. This edition will have sessions about: Cloud, Data Platform, Development, Integration, IOT, Office, PowerShell and Security.

I will be speaking on 19th about the dbachecks PowerShell module for SQL Server professionals. You can find more information about the session here: dbachecks – Checking SQL Server Environments With PowerShell.

The event will be held at Microsoft Headquarters in Lisbon.

What are you waiting for? Registration to the main event is free for all attendees, with the exception of the full-day workshops.
Main event registrations
Workshops registrations.

Hope to see you in Lisbon!

Contribute to Microsoft Documentation

Times have changed and Microsoft has changed the way we can contribute for documentation!

We already have access to the source code from some programs. One example is PowerShell, that has an GitHub repository where anyone can contribute!

Now anyone can contribute to the documentation too!

How and where?

If you haven’t seen before, now we have a pencil icon on the top right corner that makes possible to suggest a change.

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When clicking on that pencil we will be redirected, in this case, to the MicrosoftDocs – sql-docs repository on GitHub.

There, we need to fork the repository, make the changes and submit our suggestion by doing a pull request (PR). After that we just need to wait for some feedback from the Microsoft team that will review what we have submitted.

Start contributing

In the past, if you saw any errors on Microsoft documentation you could not help easily. But now we don’t have more excuses! If we want to contribute the process is much easier.

Have you overcome a not so common problem and have precious information to add to the documentation? Do you want to add another code example? Or have you “just” found a typo?

Just go ahead and submit a PR.