Last Week Reading (2019-01-06)

Last Week Reading (2019-01-06)

Good morning chaps! Bunch of news from data’s world freshly served.

Press

Introduction to Testing Your PowerShell Code with Pester
Robert Cain introduces us Pester for making tests.

9 popular ways to perform Data Visualization in Python
Read this post if you interested in building charts with Python.

New automated machine learning capabilities in Azure Machine Learning service
Now you can scale up your training jobs, use Azure Databricks or your local PC and use rich visual charts, forecasting or Model Explain Ability.

Azure Data Factory Data Flow: Transform Data with Regular Expressions
In this post, Mark Kromer (T) shows how regular expression can be used in ADF to clean an address.

2018: Community Influencer of the Year
Aaron Bertrand (T) announced his annual award and the winner is Bert Wagner (T)!

Cheat Sheets
I have introduced a new page on this blog.

A word from Microsoft’s CEO

Nothing this time, sorry 🙂

Video: Robots inspired by Nature

Smile corner

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