Last Week Reading (2019-03-31)

Last Week Reading (2019-03-31)

Hello SQL/Data folks! The first week after returning from MVP Summit (Redmond, USA) was murderous for me. What about your past week? In this post, as every week, I review the news about Microsoft Data Platform. Join me.

Press

Three Ways to Use Power BI Dataflows
Melissa (T) shows up 3 options for Dataflows and explains when they might be considered.

(video) Deploy to Azure using GitHub Actions
Gopi joins Donavan to discuss how to deploy to Azure using GitHub Actions, which helps you to configure CI/CD from the GitHub UI.

Azure.Source – Volume 72
Last week’s updates from Azure (services)…

Microsoft Azure portal March 2019 update
… and from portal itself.

Announcing the public preview of Data Discovery & Classification for Azure SQL Data Warehouse
“Your code is your documentation”, they said. It’s important to have the data classified.

We have moved!
SQL Server Tiger Team has moved its blog to the new place HERE.

Should we use stored procedures or queries built in the app?
Brent (T) discusses the scenarios when queries from an app might be reasonable.

Data in Devon – Saturday 27th April session schedule
Less than a month left to Data in Devon (UK) conference – check training deep-dive sessions.

Leila Etaati reveals her secret at Microsoft MVP Summit in Redmond (video)
The first time when the podcast has been video recorded and I was hosting that talk along with Marek.

A word from Microsoft’s CEO

Video: 5 ways to get Power BI Support #pbifamily

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