Last Week Reading (2019-03-10)

Last Week Reading (2019-03-10)

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Databricks-Connect – FINALLY!
Do write your code in VS Code and run it remotely on Azure Databricks cluster.

Automatically validate E-mail attachments with Flow and Power BI
Send an email if upcoming attachments don’t meet criteria. Automatically altogether.

Use XEvent Profiler to capture queries in SQL Server
If you still use SQL Server Profiler – check this Erin Stellato (T) post.

Searching Complex JSON Data
Playing with JSON format does not have to be tough.

Azure SQL Data Warehouse Query Store
Force plan is not yet available but generally looks promising.

A word from Microsoft’s CEO

Video: Rerun activities inside your Azure Data Factory pipelines

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