Microsoft Fabric – Beyond Hype and Marketing!
Microsoft just announced their brand new data solution! But, is it really new? Or, is it simply rebranding of the existing offering? In this article,...
Mastering DP-500: Score ML models in Synapse with PREDICT function!
Although Synapse Analytics is not a go-to platform for Machine learning workloads, you can still perform predictive analytics by using the PREDICT function in Dedicated...
Mastering DP-500: Synapse Analytics Dedicated SQL Pools – Everything you need to know!
Is the Dedicated SQL pool an "incarnation" of the SQL Server? In this article, you'll learn all the concepts and techniques relevant for performing efficient...
Mastering DP-500: Synapse Serverless SQL and file types – the ultimate guide!
CSV? Parquet? Delta? Which file format should you use to get the best out of Synapse Serverless SQL pool? Let's demistify pros and cons of...
Mastering DP-500 Exam: Dedicated vs Serverless SQL in Synapse – Which should I use?!
Which Synapse pool should I use in different business scenarios? If you've asked yourself this question, keep reading and by the end of this article...
Publishing my first Pluralsight course – Understanding Relational Data with Azure
Creating a video course is not an easy task! However, I feel very special after publishing my first course on Pluralsight!
Handling locale letters in Power BI using Synapse SQL
Special alphabet letters can be tricky to handle in Power BI. Or not? Check this straightforward solution using Synapse Serverless SQL pool!
Synapse Serverless SQL & Power BI – having fun with PIVOT!
Check how the latest improvements to Synapse Serverless SQL pool can help you create one of the most popular Power BI transformations in more optimal...
Hitchhikers guide to Azure Purview for Power BI professionals
Quick intro to the latest Microsoft data governance solution, and how it integrates with Power BI
Cost Control in Synapse Analytics Serverless SQL – easy way!
There are multiple ways to keep your costs under control in Serverless SQL pool. You can even use good old SSMS to measure the query...