Last Weeks Reading (2024-01-28)

Last Weeks Reading (2024-01-28)

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Fabric end-to-end use case: Data Engineering part 2 – Pipelines
If you’re new in Microsoft Fabric – check this series and build it with Sam.

Set up Azure Monitor for your Python application
Use OpenCensus Python SDK with Azure Monitor exporters to send different types of telemetry to Azure Monitor.

Databricks execution plans
Falek helps us understand logical, physical plans and everything in between.

Query best practices
…in Kusto Query Language.

Power BI Licensing Calculator
Stephanie Bruno created this calc to help people understand new options when Fabric appeared in Power BI landscape.

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Introduction to dataflows and self-service data prep
How to manage Sensitive Data in Cloud Analytics Platforms
Fabric Dataflows Gen2: To Stage Or Not To Stage?
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