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Last Week Reading (2019-10-20)

Hello folks! 2 weeks passed but eventually, I have some news for you. Press Support for Azure Databricks Instance pool for operationalizing Databricks workloads in Data Factory Public Preview feature

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Last Week Reading (2019-09-08)

Hello all and welcome after my one month of my absence. What was I doing? Thank you for asking! I have been on holiday. ONE month of very relaxing, bit

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Last Week Reading (2019-03-17)

Hi there! I’m in Bellevue, WA today when finishing this post. My first MVP Summit and the second trip to the US ever. A very exciting week is coming for

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Last Week Reading (2019-02-24)

Hello folks! This time quick review about Kubernetes, containers, automatic deployment of Data Factory and few things about Power BI. It’s gonna be a tough week: SQLBits starts on Wednesday!

Last Week Reading (2019-02-17)

Press Power BI Desktop February 2019 Feature Summary Preview of new Key Influencers visual and much more… The February release of Azure Data Studio is now available Extension packs are the

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Setting up Code Repository for Azure Data Factory v2

In this blog post I want to quick go through one of useful capabilities that Microsoft provided with version 2 of Azure Data Factory. As a developer I always want

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NotFound Status Code when working with ADFv2 via AzureRM.DataFactoryV2 PowerShell module

Azure Data Factory V2 is a great good tool for processing big data. It’s very scalable, flexible and modern cloud data integration service. You can compose and manage reliable and secure

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Last week reading (2018-08-05)

Microsoft Azure Data welcomes Data Platform Summit attendees Rohan Kumar [B|T] invites to have a look at today’s mobile-first, cloud-first world and what has been changed in the area by Azure

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Last week reading (2018-05-28)

Good day SQL folks! Monday morning is always tough to start working on serious tasks. I think it is a perfect time to read something interesting before you really go