Last week reading (2018-02-04)

Last week reading (2018-02-04)

Joe Caserta: Exploring Modern Data Platforms
What is a key difference between data warehousing and modern data engineering on analytics platforms? Listen to one of the leading authorities on big data implementations.

What sample data is available to use with Power BI?
Take a tour of report examples in Power BI. All of them you can even download!

From unstructured data to dashboard with Azure Data Factory and Azure Data Lake
The goal of the post is to present how to create a simple data pipeline that moves unstructured data from an existing cloud source into Azure and visualizes it with Power BI.

Cheat sheet for Azure SQL Data Warehouse
Helpful tips and best practices for building your Azure SQL Data Warehouse solutions.

Adaptive Query Processing – Batch Mode Adaptive Join
Another quick review of Batch Mode Adaptive Join introduced in SQL Server 2017.

SQL Server Machine Learning Services – Part 3: Plotting Data with Python
One post of the series about Python on SQL Server board.

Scraping a website with 5 lines of R code
Short & cool example in R how to gather data from a website

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