Last week reading (2017-12-10)

Last week reading (2017-12-10)

Thanks for visiting the page. Kamil started the thread last week. We think this could be a very good thread not only for you but also for us. We are looking for interesting topics all the time and would like to share all the findings with you

Why is it important for us, too? Last week Kamil said:

Sometimes I need to back to an article which I’ve been reading some time ago. But… I don’t remember where it was. This series certainly help me. Although I hope it help you as well.
Have you read anything interesting too? Share it. Share it here (in comments), send me an email, share it on your Facebook and/or Twitter. Anyhow. Simply – share it.

And he is right. We need to have a repository of the stuff.

Here you are – this week readings.

Debugging Azure Data Lake Job Failures Made Easy (part 1) – Debug U-SQL job failure of C# custom code
I have felt in love with ADL and USQL long time ago. And this is a “must read” article if you need to do debugging of the code.

The future is quantum: Microsoft releases free preview of Quantum Development Kit

Maybe you do not know but quantum physics is my passion. Now I will be able to have a toolkit and play it! You can do it, too!

Power BI Desktop December Feature Summary

Take a while to read the latest news from the Power BI world. This time the December Update

DevOps for Data Science – Continuous Integration

Buck Woody talks about DevOps and Continous Integration. How does he approach the problem of DevOps in the Data Science?

Running SQL Server in the Cloud: 2017 Edition

Brent Ozar explains the options of using the SQL Server in the cloud

Getting Started With Microsoft Azure Functions Using Visual Studio 2017

Something easy at the end. Learn how to start developing Azure Functions. I love them. I use them. You can do it, too!

 

Cheers,

Damian

 

 

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