Last Week Reading (2019-07-21)

Last Week Reading (2019-07-21)

Another week passed. Look what did I find during that time.

Press

British Airways faces record £183m fine for data breach
The penalty imposed on BA is the first one to be made public since GDPR rules were introduced.

Azure Architect Expert Study Notes
A good summary of knowledge if you are preparing for the Azure exam.

Incrementally shrinking a large SQL Server data file using PowerShell
Try this script if you REALLY need to shrink big database – chunk by chunk is a better idea.

Azure Jumpstart
Exactly: how to learn, practice and certify in Azure.

PowerShell in SQL Notebooks in Azure Data Studio
Running PowerShell script hidden by the markdowns sounds brilliant. Rob [T] shows us that.

Power BI Desktop July 2019 Feature Summary
What’s new in PBI in July?

Azure Data Factory Mapping Data Flow for Datawarehouse ETL
Design your own pattern of Slowly Changing Dimension (Type I) in ADF, step by step.

A word from Microsoft’s CEO

Video: Taiwan’s Linker Networks

A new way to give driving lessons for autonomous vehicles

Smile Corner

 

Previous ASF 024 video invitation
Next ASF 024: Leila Etaati interview

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