With the end of the year it is good to sit down and reflect. As we mentioned in our Christmas post, this has been an intense year for Bismart. In our blog, the change has been very significant, with the introduction of a new strategy focused on content. If you want to review with us, these have been our most read posts.
Microsoft ends its extended support for SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2 software in 2019, 5 years after the launch of this support. In this entry we discuss the implications of losing Microsoft's support and what you should consider before deciding on a software upgrade.
In this post we offer a technical explanation of the difference between supervised and unsupervised machine learning with some examples of its use in real life.
Continuing in the field of artificial intelligence, in this post we show some case studies of the use of classification and clustering algorithms.
In this post we draw on a Gartner magic quadrant to provide a list of strengths and cautions for each of the most popular business intelligence tools.
Finally, our most popular post of 2019 has been the one dedicated to Power BI visual graphics. Based on a visual vocabulary supported by the Financial Times, Tableau and Microsoft Power BI, we offered a guide to using graphics according to the information you want to present.
You can even download this visual guide as a PDF: