Last week reading (2018-07-29)

Last week reading (2018-07-29)

SQL: More on finding rows that have changed using HASHBYTES and FOR JSON PATH
The title explains everything – Dr Greg Low shows it in practice.

London Continuous Delivery – learn about Continuous Delivery
Many materials about CD.

My References: Database DevOps Anti-Patterns
Check this video out where Alex explains anti-patterns in DevOps for databases.

New eBook – Data Lakes in a Modern Data Architecture
Melissa Coates presents new version of their book where they updated 90% of the content. That’s the price of writing about things in Azure.

Azure SQL Data Warehouse Gen 2: Adaptive, Concurrency and Scale
More about Gen 2 from Pragmatic Works.

Overview of Data Integration Platform October ’18 release
Numerous of amazing features and improvements will be generally available in October’s release.

Community recognition
Randolph shares his experiences from being a member of the #SQLFamily, and how MVP award impacts on his life.

Microsoft Business Applications recorded sessions
This big event took place this week and you simply not miss anything having this link.

Power BI Tutorial: 4 Ways To Get Data
Do you know Guy in a Cube? Adam shows you how to start with a data in Power BI.

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