Learning Resources I Use and Recommend (Updated: April 2020)

Learning is very important and one should not stop learning new things. In today’s blog post I will be sharing a few of the learning resources which I have been using to further train my skills.

Learning Resources I Use and Recommend (Updated: April 2020) learning-resources-800x170

Quest Data Empowerment Summit

This summit is organized on May 18–20, 2021

It’s now a given that data intelligence is key to helping enterprises transform themselves to be more innovative, competitive, and customer-centric. Understanding both data and data systems empowers everyone in the organization to make faster, smarter, and more strategic decisions to drive growth.

The Quest Data Empowerment Summit includes three unique tracks — Data Operations, Data Protection, and Data Governance — with sessions about the latest trends, best practices, and technologies to align these critical areas and close the gaps between your front and back offices.

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SQL Courses at DataQuest

Learn SQL skills from scratch with our interactive SQL course series. Are you interested in doing more with your company’s data? Feeling held back by slow, Excel-based spreadsheet workflows? Tired of VLOOKUP?

There’s a better way: learn SQL!

  • Get data from almost any database, fast!
  • Filter and analyze huge datasets with just a few lines of code!
  • Create repeatable processes that save you hours of time in Excel!

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Melissa for SQL Server Data Quality

I see an increasing need for SQL Server Data Quality in the industry nowadays. Melissa’s Data Quality Components for SSIS is a unique set of global data quality tools for Microsoft’s integration and ETL (extract-transform-load) solution that empowers users to collect data from any source, clean and enrich it during migration and integration operations, to gain immediate insight for actionable intelligence.

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SQL Diagnostic Manager for Comprehensive Monitoring

Reduced availability and performance of Microsoft SQL Server can severely impact the critical applications that it supports. SQL Diagnostic Manager for SQL Server provides robust SQL Server monitoring functionality that covers the performance of the entire SQL Server environment and provides the most comprehensive diagnostics on the market.

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Learning Resources from Pluralsight

Level up your tech skills with free access to 7,000+ video courses, 40+ interactive courses, and 20+ projects. Follow the steps below to set up your free account and start learning. Creating an account is quick and easy. No credit card required.

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Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)

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