KING ICT to Attend 16th Microsoft WinDays

The 16th edition of Microsoft WinDays will take place in Poreč from April 26th to April 29th 2016. Each year the conference presents the latest trends in the worlds of technology and business, on average attracting more than 1500 visitors.

The 2016 WinDays conference is going to be held under the slogan “Setting Ideas in Motion” and will focus on current themes on the global and regional scene. The business portion of the conference will deal with how to create a success culture, attract foreign investment, and create new businesses, while the technological segment will explore issues related to digital technology and open source solutions.

KING ICT will again be participating in the conference as a sponsor.

Two KING ICT experts will be giving lectures at the 2016 WinDays. They will present the latest improvement for SQL developers, SQL Server 2016, as well as explain why DOK-ING purposefully chose Microsoft’s analytical platform for the implementation of their own BI/DWH solution.

Visit us as the 16th WinDays conference and listen to the expert lectures prepared by KING ICT.

KING ICT lectures - schedule and summaries:

Dalibor Margotić: SQL Server 2016 - News for SQL Developers (Thursday 09:30 AM -10:15 AM, “Momenti 1” lecture hall)

Microsoft has invested a lot of work in the latest version of their SQL Server. The lecture will focus on how SQL and the newest updates can be used for time travel, how to easily implement “row-level security”, how to mask data, what improvements have been made in the world of In-Memory OLTP, as well as other advanced features.

Ivan Tepeš, KING ICT and Damjan Sinković, DOK-ING: Case Study - Implementing a BI/DWH Solution in DOK-ING (Thursday, 5:45 PM - 6:15 PM, “Castle 6” lecture hall)

The lecture will explain the reasons behind DOK-ING’s decision to use Microsoft’s analytical platform for the implementation of their BI/DWH solution and what challenges had to be overcome during the process. Issues that will be addressed include the scope of the project, implementation dynamics, the IBCS reporting standard, related business processes, and other specific challenges faced by companies involved in production.