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Last Week Reading (2019-10-06)

Hello Azure/Power/BI/Data fella! Another two weeks passed very quickly and the new edition of Community conference in the UK is about to begin. Check whether you can attend one of

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Last Weeks Reading (2019-05-26)

It was tremendously extensive week for me (a week ago) when I spent time between two conferences: SQLDay (Wroclaw, Poland) and SQL Saturday #857 (Kiev, Ukraine). I’ve been helping and

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Mapping Data Flow in Azure Data Factory (v2)

Azure Data Factory is more of an orchestration tool than a data movement tool, yes. It’s like using SSIS, with control flows only. Once they add Mapping Data Flows to

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Last Week Reading (2019-01-20)

Hello folks! Good morning on Monday morning and let’s go through some interesting news from the #data world. Press Using Docker to run Integration Tests for dbachecks This time, my friend

Last Week Reading (2019-01-06)

Good morning chaps! Bunch of news from data’s world freshly served. Press Introduction to Testing Your PowerShell Code with Pester Robert Cain introduces us Pester for making tests. 9 popular

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Azure Data Factory v2 and its available components in Data Flows

Many of you (including me) wonder about it. Namely: Is it possible to move my ETL process from SSIS to ADF? How can I reflect current SSIS Data Flow business

Last week reading (2018-12-02)

Hello folks, This is a quick roundup of Internet posts from last week. Have a good reading! Create and configure a self-hosted integration runtime This solution allows you integrate your

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T-SQL Tuesday #108 – Non SQL Server Technologies

It’s T-SQL Tuesday #108. This month’s topic is hosted by Malathi Mahadevan (B|T) and she asks us to… “pick one thing you want to learn that is not SQL Server.

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Last week reading (2018-11-04)

Good morning folks! I wish you very good week at work, at home or wherever you are/will be. Last week brought super-exciting news to me. What it was? Check at