Last Week Reading (2021-11-28)

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Last Week Reading (2021-11-28)

📰 Press SynapseML: A simple, multilingual, and massively parallel machine learning library Microsoft just announced the release of SynapseML (previously known as MMLSpark) SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) support for

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SQL Server 2022 is coming

SQL Server 2022 is still in private preview (Microsoft MVP folks have access to it), but you can now read about the new release before it is released:  SQL Server

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Skirmishes with automated deployment of Azure Data Factory

When it comes to Azure Data Factory deployment, I always have a few words to say. You might be aware that there are two approaches in this terms. I was

PowerApps 1 Comment

Showing images in gallery using URL to blob storage

Today, I explain how to create a simple app in Microsoft Power Apps where: the data are located in Excel, the table contains the path to the images from public

Hobby: Original Batmobile (1989) from Lego

Man does not live by work alone. Everyone needs a hobby, preferably in isolation from their daily work. There is not much to read in this post. As a teenager,

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Canvas Apps Components

Components are reusable building blocks for canvas apps so that app makers can create custom controls to use inside an app. When developers start from the blank canvas they can

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Set up connection from Azure Data Factory to Databricks

Both, Azure Data Factory and Azure Databricks offer transformations at scale when it comes to ELT processing. On top of that, ADF allows you to orchestrate the whole solution in

Azure Data Factory 12 Comments

Two methods of deployment Azure Data Factory

Azure Data Factory is a fantastic tool which allows you to orchestrate ETL/ELT processes at scale. This post is NOT about what Azure Data Factory is, neither how to use,

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ASF 035: Alex Yates interview (part 2)

Introduction Alex is a Data Platform MVP who loves DevOps. He’s has been helping data professionals apply DevOps principles to relational database development and deployment since 2010. He’s most proud

Podcast 2 Comments

ASF 034: Alex Yates interview (part 1)

Introduction Alex is a Data Platform MVP who loves DevOps. He’s has been helping data professionals apply DevOps principles to relational database development and deployment since 2010. He’s most proud