Last week reading (2018-10-14)

Last week reading (2018-10-14)

Hi guys! Not too much this week as I was very busy on #DataRelay tour across UK whole week (relation soon).

Azure Data Factory – Data Flow Monitoring
Check what you can do in terms of monitoring and execution plan in ADF.

Get cloud-scale analytics of Office 365 data with Azure Data Factory
Gaurav Malhotra presents how you can use Azure to get innovative analytics and insights from Office 365 data in a way that was not possible before.

GroupBy voting
GroupBy is free online conference where you pick the lineup. Vote now.

Reader solutions to Special Islands challenge
Handy pre-2012 compatible version of LAG/LEAD-like calculations.

Power BI Developer community September update
In case you missed it.

SSMS 18.0 public preview released
This new version is based on the new VS 2017 Isolated Shell.

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