Last Weeks Reading (2023-11-26)

Last Weeks Reading (2023-11-26)

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Deploy a Delta Sharing Server on Azure
Want to learn how to deploy a DeltaSharing server on Azure, but don’t know where to begin?

Why Structured Streaming and Delta Lake for Batch ETL?
Denny Lee answers why use Structured Streaming and Delta Lake for batch ETL.

SQL Projects support for Warehouse in Microsoft Fabric
Database as a project in code repo. Always cool and best practice.

Using SSDT and DACPACs with Flyway: a Demonstration
Learn how to use SSDT and DACPACs with Flyway, a tool for database migrations

GitHub Repository Structure Best Practices
The post is a guide to GitHub repository structure best practices with a template repo and explanations of folders and files.

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