Last week reading (2018-09-30)

Last week reading (2018-09-30)

Entire last week was dimmed by MsIgnite, hence take a look at videos from that conference:

Microsoft Ignite 2018
Some sessions recorded and available over there.

CosmosDB at Ignite 2018
Whole playlist of sessions about Microsoft Cosmos DB.

Thousands of Azure data warehousing success stories
One of the well-hidden videos.

Azure Data Factory – Enabling modern data integration in the cloud

Azure Data Factory: Visual Data Flows for Data Transformation (Preview)
Read more about a new feature in ADF – Data Flows.

Using Power Query And Microsoft Flow To Automate The Creation Of CSV Files
Power Query is available in Microsoft Flow – have a look what trick you can do.

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