A member of the community (no, it’s not me) is thinking about offering a live training course and wants your help to decide which of these topics are the best fit.
Here are 6 $395 live online 1-day classes, and what you’d learn in each class:
An Engineer’s Guide to Realtime Data Handling and Analytics
- Streaming data to live dashboards for real-time insights.
- Ingesting message data through IoT/Event hubs.
- Writing KQL queries against streaming endpoints.
- Combining stream and batch data in a lambda architecture.
Compute & Storage 101 – An Engineers Guide To Every Azure Data Resource
- What, why, how. An A-Z of cloud data resources.
- Clarity on what to use when and where from a huge breadth of tools.
- Jointly mocking up a series of example data architecture patterns.
- Filling your toolkit with the right compute and storage resources.
Creating A Data Lakehouse In The Microsoft Cloud With Delta Lake
- Delivering a cloud first data warehouse solution using Delta Lake.
- Building ETL processes that scale for big data problems.
- Workload dependency handling to ensure referential integrity.
- Serving modelling datasets to the business.
End-to-end Data Engineering In Azure With Apache Spark
- Coding against Apache Spark in Python, Scala, and SQL.
- Understanding distributed workload executions.
- Cluster management, creation, sizing, and costing.
- Using Apache Spark in Azure Databricks and Microsoft Fabric.
Microsoft Data Integration Pipelines – The Fundamentals to Level 300
- How to build out Data Factory/Microsoft Fabric integration pipelines.
- Orchestrating everything in your cloud solution.
- How to create dynamic, scalable data integration patterns.
- Best practices for production, monitoring and alerting.
Practical Data Modelling And Serving – Converting Business Events Into Insights
- Applying Kimble dimensional modelling techniques.
- Understanding how to deliver comprehensive analytics.
- Writing DAX and M to produce calculated outputs.
- Creating Power BI dashboards from transformed datasets.
Which course(s) would you pay $395 to attend next month? (If you’re reading this in email, click here to take the poll on BrentOzar.com.)