Last Week Reading (2020-06-28)

Last Week Reading (2020-06-28)

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ExpandString in Powershell
This function can do much more than you think.

Pester – using -should -throw
Useful example when you want to filter output by ExceptionType or ErrorId.

ADF: Include Headers in Zero Row Data Flows [UPDATED]
It has been a bug, but now you can learn to build mapping data flow in ADF.

Mapping Data Flows in Azure Data Factory
This project use case uses Covid-19 publicly available datasets and ADF MDF and compares it with Databricks and SSIS.

Apache Spark Connector for SQL Server and Azure SQL is now open source
… and the code is on GitHub available, obviously.

Using Python and Monte Carlo to predict my Student Loan Repayment
A Data Science approach to managing personal finances.

Recommended naming and tagging conventions
Do your names stick to the MS recommendations?

A word from Microsoft’s CEO

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Azure Data Factory | Publish from code with one task in DevOps Pipeline (1/2)

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Blogger, speaker. Data Platform MVP, MCSE. Senior Data Engineer & data geek. Member of Data Community Poland, co-organizer of SQLDay, Happy husband & father.

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SQLDay 2017

Almost one month ago has been ended (15-17 of May 2017) one of the biggest conferences in that part of Europe. Speech of course about SQLDay Conference in Wroclaw, Poland.

Last week reading (2017-12-03)

Induction This is a new series. Posts in that series as summary of last week reading. So long I was thinking about it whether is it good idea to post

Last Week Reading (2019-09-22)

Hello #datafolks! Let’s review what happened last week in Data World. It’s hard to admit but I missed last week’s post due to my visit to Sweden (SQLSaturday) and not

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