Last Week Reading (2019-01-13)

Last Week Reading (2019-01-13)

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

Press

Office Hours 2019/1/2 (With Transcriptions)
The last episode. Personally, I’m sad, but waiting for new ideas from Brent (T).

Easily embed secure Power BI reports in your internal portals or websites
Embed securely in internal applications with just a few button clicks.

How to Make DAX Distinct Counts 100x Faster with Exact Match Aggs
Read if you love optimising your DAX code.

Online Book: Power BI From Rookie to Rockstar
Reza Red (T) shares over 1700 pages of his free books. Everything you want to know about Power BI.

Azure DWH part 29: MicroStrategy Desktop with Azure
Recipe of connection with Azure SQL Data Warehouse from MicroStrategy.

Generating SQL using Biml (T-SQL Tuesday #110)
Cathrine (T) proves that biml can generate not only SSIS packages.

Create Microsoft Flow Part 2- Face Recognition by Power Apss, Microsoft Flow and Cognitive Service
Leila Etaati (T) is explaining full step-by-step process of building Face Recognition application.

The 2019 State of Database DevOps Report
Redgate’s annual report has been published! Contains figures built based on over 1000 participants altogether.

A word from Microsoft’s CEO

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