Last Week Reading (2019-06-09)

Last Week Reading (2019-06-09)

Hello there! Another week, another roundup of Internet interesting stuff.

Press

Microsoft Business Applications Summit
The event is happening now in the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA. Keynote will be available online.

Preparing for and Taking Microsoft Exam DP-200 (Implementing an Azure Data Solution)
Cathrine (T) presents tons of useful links and tricks when you learn to that exam.

What You Need to Know About Data Classifications in Azure SQL Data Warehouse
Meagan Longoria’s (T) first glance and scenario when it doesn’t work.

Database Delivery with Docker and SQL Change Automation
Phil Factor (T) demonstrates the basics of how to automate database builds into a Linux SQL Server container running on Windows.

Why is Sqlpackage Using All The Build Server Memory?
Richie Lee (T) takes a closer look at the performance of sqlpackage.

Azure Databricks and CosmosDB: Tips on playing nice together
Case: Leverage Azure Databricks to ingest data from CosmosDB.

CHOOSE() in SQL Server
There is a small chance that you don’t know this function.

A word from Microsoft’s CEO

Video: SQL Server on Linux

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