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iii. Python resources, for use with Power BI, Azure services and Azure Bot Framework:

Date: 09.2018

Several posts, articles, how-to’s with the incorporation of Python within the Azure and Power platforms from Microsoft.

Contained within this section of the resource page are useful resources for working with Python. Specifically for Python targeted within Microsoft Power BI, Azure Services (ie: Data Factory, Azure Databricks, etc.) and finally the Azure Bot Framework.

Python Programming Language

These resources have / are / will be used in the course of writing content for GoPowerBIPro.com – Oppia.co course-ware, etc.

Further some of the above resources where used in the crafting of this blogs first post relating to Python + Power BI:

For those items that have Medium / @ Medium / on Medium referenced – Medium is becoming a large part of the marketing funnel and pipeline for GoPowerBIPro.com – Oppia.co. Through the use of Medium a larger audience is able to engage with the target content that we are provided. Further the course-ware that is / being developed for Oppia.co learning journey platform is also being targeted for landing and driving awareness through Medium.com.

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ii. The history, origin and evolution of the phrase and technology / concept ‘data warehouse’:

Date: 07.2018

The arrival of the modern data warehouse – part i

Considered by many to be the Father of Data Warehousing, Bill Inmon first began to discuss the principles around the Data Warehouse and even coined the term in the 1970s, as mentioned earlier. In 2007, Inmon was named by Computerworld as one of the “Ten IT People Who Mattered in the Last 40 Years.”Aug 23, 2012. (resource: data warehouse home on DATAVERSITY)

Though Inmon has been credited for coining the phrase ‘data warehouse’ Ralph Kimball approach to data warehouse design, including application and execution of an agile approach has won out over the past 15 years. Of late however, through the advent of ‘the cloud’ Inmon design focus around specific and compartment concepts of data marts that extend from / to a data warehouse has started to gain some traction back. Specific use cases show such Inmon based designs prove better suited in the cloud age.

The following are resources / pages that can be referenced and which you can find greater details relating to data warehouses, their origin and the great data religious wars between the Inmon and Kimball camps.

 

i. Azure Modern Data Warehouse – Architecture elements and details:

Date: 07.2018

The essence, art & science of effective data story telling via Microsoft Power BI

Microsoft Azure ~ Solutions > Architectures > Modern Data Warehouse – Implementation guidance:

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