Last Week Reading (2019-01-27)

Last Week Reading (2019-01-27)

Hello guys, a few internet posts that you might find interested.

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Azure SQL Analytics—Automating Deployment
Apparently, it wasn’t an easy piece of work as Joey D’Antoni has thought.

Generating Reports Using Word Documents And Flow
You can test that trick because Microsoft Word template has been released and Chris Webb describes how.

Using AI and IoT for disaster management
AI and IoT are helping to tackle global climate change.

How to Copy Multiple Tables in Azure Data Factory
Simple and very effective way.

Run Azure Functions from Azure Data Factory pipelines
This Azure Friday video shows how to run a Function from ADF pipeline.

On-premises data gateway management in the Power platform admin center
Now, this feature is in Public Preview.

DAX Studio
Many new features and bug fixes in the new version of DAX Studio 2.8.1.

Top 14 MOST famous Python libraries & frameworks
I was interested in to find the most popular ones.

A word from Microsoft’s CEO

Video: Drones vs. California’s wildfires: How they’re helping firefighters

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