Microsoft Fabric Content Hub Update October

by Oct 16, 2023

Stay up-to-date with the latest and most valuable content about Microsoft Fabric, all in one place!  From insightful articles and tutorials to engaging videos and community blogs, you’ll find a treasure trove of resources to deepen your understanding.

Latest Community blog posts:

What Happens When You Clone A Fabric Warehouse Table? – Serverless SQL

Flatten Nested JSON in Microsoft Fabric – Turning data into direction (storybi.com)

What does it mean to refresh a Direct Lake Power BI dataset in Fabric? (crossjoin.co.uk)

Tear down walls, no data silos any longer using Microsoft Fabric, and finally, export to Excel will become a breeze – Mincing Data – Gain Insight from Data (minceddata.info)

Does it feel like too much? — DATA GOBLINS (data-goblins.com)

How do you set up your Data Governance in Microsoft Fabric? – Data Ascend (data-ascend.com)

Fabric, Power BI, Power Platform, Data Platform: Pausing a Fabric Capacity – What Does It Actually Mean? (nickyvv.com)

Understanding data temperature with Direct Lake in Fabric – Data – Marc (data-marc.com)

Exploring Direct Lake Framing and warm-up data using Semantic Link in Fabric Notebooks – Data – Marc (data-marc.com)

Microsoft Fabric: setting your spark compute pool size – Reitse’s blog (sqlreitse.com)

Microsoft Fabric, capacity usage and a design – Reitse’s blog (sqlreitse.com)

Lightening Fast Copy In Fabric Notebook

Fabric Semantic Link and Use Cases

Keep your existing Power BI data and add new data to it using Fabric (crossjoin.co.uk)

Connect Power BI and Spark notebooks with Microsoft Fabric Semantic Link – Seequality

Recommended Microsoft Learn material for Microsoft Fabric – Kevin Chant (kevinrchant.com)

Data Science in Microsoft Fabric – RADACAD

What is OneLake in Microsoft Fabric, and Why You Should Care? – RADACAD

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