Last Weeks Reading (2023-12-17)

Last Weeks Reading (2023-12-17)

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What happened in the DAX world in 2022
New DAX functions… in 2022

The Microsoft Learn Cloud Skills Challenge
Microsoft Ignite edition is back!

How to build unit tests for Azure Data Factory
However not much people are building it.

ACID Transaction in Fabric?
What it does mean exactly for Microsoft Fabric?

Getting hands on with Microsoft Fabric
Let’s check what is not production-ready in Microsoft Fabric, by Paul Andrew.

Why Load Testing Power BI is Important
Performance is ok when only one developer testing it, then in Production…

🎯 Shortcuts

Contoso Data Generator
Tales From the Cloud Data & Analytics Crypt #1 – Why this data transfer is so slow…
Delta Lake table optimization and V-Order

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