Preparing for SQLBits 2020 – My Azure Data Factory Sessions

Another year and another excellent SQLBits conference is in the events calendar. This time back to London and the massive ExCel exhibition centre. For me, once again I’m very humbled to have been selected to speak, not once, but twice. Thank you SQLBits. This will be my:

  • Fifth time attending the event.
  • Fourth time helping (go orange T-Shirt crew).
  • Fourth time speaking.
  • Third time supporting as a sponsor.

…. I think!

This year I’ll be delivering two sessions on one of my favourite things, Azure Data Factory.

  1. Using Azure DevOps for Azure Data Factory
  2. ETL in Azure Made Easy with Data Factory Data Flows

As you’ll know if you seen me speak before my content is only ever based on real world experiences. I walk-the-walk as well as talk-the-talk! 🙂

In both of the following sessions you’ll get more of this as we look at two key aspects of this ever growing cloud native resource. Hopefully we’ll also get time to play the Azure Icon Game!


Using Azure DevOps for Azure Data Factory

Level: 200

Duration: 20 mins

Abstract: sqlbits.com/sessions/Using_Azure_DevOps_for_Azure_Data_Factory


ETL in Azure Made Easy with Data Factory Data Flows

Level: 200

Duration: 50mins

Abstract: sqlbits.com/sessions/ETL_in_Azure_Made_Easy_with_Data_Factory_Data_Flows


Once I’ve delivered these sessions you’ll be able to find the slides in PDF form in my Community Events GitHub repo here: https://github.com/mrpaulandrew/CommunityEvents

I hope to see you in London soon.

Many thanks for reading

 

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