Last Weeks Reading (2023-11-05)

Last Weeks Reading (2023-11-05)

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Process Azure Event Hubs data using Azure Data Factory Mapping Data Flows
Read how to process Azure Event Hubs data using ADF for certain use cases.

Automate a pipeline migration to a Synapse workspace using Azure DevOps
Helpful, when you’re planning to migrate from ADF.

What’s the difference between Azure Synapse (formerly SQL DW) and Azure Synapse Analytics Workspace
This article helps people to not confuse these two.

I made a new demo/workshop database
Daniel provides an alternative to Stack Overflow database as a demo.

Introducing Microsoft Fabric: Data analytics for the era of AI
Watch the new product from Microsoft stable.

SQL Server Cursor Example
A quick reminder how to use cursors in SQL Server databases.

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Cross-RDBMS Code Quality Reports in Flyway
Microsoft IndustryΒ Microsoft Fabric Content Hub by Erwin
How-To Deploy your Synapse Workspace Artifacts to a Managed VNET Synapse Workspace

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Microsoft IgniteΒ : 15-16 Nov 2023
SQLBitsΒ : 19-23 March 2024
SQLDayΒ : 13-15 May 2024

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