1. SQL Server 2014 Developer Edition, fully functional but not for commercial use (producing demos is allowed);
2. Excel 2013 with PowerPivot, fully commercial;
3. Visual Studio 2013 Professional, also fully commercial.
In September-October 2015, I attempted to contact with Microsoft about getting fully commercial license for SQL Server 2014 and its total cast.
Their ballpark estimate was around $12,000 for 2-3 more servers with Windows Server 2012, Azure, SharePoint and some other stuff.
I was not able to get from Microsoft people anything in writing.
So, for now, I am producing various Demos to attract potential customers: small business owners who need various kinds of business reporting that allow timely detect transactional discrepancies, irregularities and unusual activities.
The table below shows "Valentine" name popularity in 2001-2015 (USA). The PDF file for full "Valentine" history (1880-2015) is also attached.
At the end of the day, I am attaching three Charts for "Valentine", "Valentina" and "Valentin" (Female and Male Form in Russia and some other former Soviet Republics).
I am posting separately FDIC Bank Failures SSRS Charts for:
And, there were no Bank Failures in 2005 and 2006.
The same FDIC Data Set allows to find out are there states where no bank failed in 2000-2017 (as of 02/06/2017).
I am publishing a summary report for Banks Failures in 2000 - 2016 by Year and State. The parts of summary and detail reports are posted below. Red-Yellow Cells' Background Coloring made with "IIF" function (conditional formatting): IF Number of Failures is more than Nine THEN Color "Red" ELSE make Yellow for Non-Zero and "White" for Zero failures.
=IIF(Count(Fields!Event.Value) > 9, "Red", IIF(Count(Fields!Event.Value) > 0, "Yellow", "White"))
US Government website Data.gov provides a lot of interesting data.
For example, FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corp) shows some statistics for failed banks between 2000 and 2017.
I am posting below totals of failures by Year and State.
Most of recent 16 years bank failures happened in 2009-2010 in Georgia and Florida.
But Massachusetts, Hawaii, New Hampshire, South Dakota, West Virginia and Wyoming had only 1 failed bank (in each state) during the last 16 years.