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Summit Learning Pathways Announced

Whatever your learning objectives or career goals are, Summit has the guided learning pathways you need to achieve them. Summit attendees can choose from 9 learning pathways, featuring over 40 industry-leading speakers, which have been designed to walk you through a specific set of learning outcomes to ensure that you leave Summit with the skills you need to make an immediate impact in your organization. Presenters include Ginger Grant, John Morehouse, Erin Stellato, Dustin Vannoy, and many more!

2022-05-13

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Who is the Best Batman in Power BI

Who is the best Batman? – A Power BI Analysis of data Introduction Who is the best Batman? We were drinking some cold beers with some friends when someone said that Pattinson was the best Batman. People started to discuss and after 2 hours, the police had to stop the fight. The discussion inspires me […]

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2022-05-09

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Flyway How-tos: a User’s Perspective

Flyway provides a database-independent way for a team to track, manage and apply database changes, while maintaining strict control of database versions. It updates a database by running a series of versioned migration scripts, in order, and keeps track of all the changes in a special "schema history" table. It sounds simple, but it is easy to derail this team discipline if you don't find the right answers to the following questions…

2022-05-09

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