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How to do Free LinkedIn Connection Analytic with Power BI Desktop

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Hi Friends, Hi all, this is my first LinkedIn blog so I wanted to dedicate this to LinkedIn, That’s why I have blogged about this in LinkedIn too, Click here to see LinkedIn Post ! After exciting Power BI GA release every one of us want to get hands on easy, powerful yet free analytics, so thought of blogging about Power BI experience here!For detail post and image visit LinkedIn blog page - this article you are going to learn how easily you can use Power BI to analyze all your LinkedIn connection easily, fast and do some
immediate action.At the end of this post you will be able you will be able to analyze LinkedIn connection for free, on your own.Note – All example I have mentioned here are dummy, I have shared nothing, but you all can spread this message to everyone, let’s make everyone Data Analytics Rich which is at no cost !I am going to explain in this article in faster way, without getting into detail.Faster way is for One who are Power user, who don’t have much time for going into to detail step and just wanted to analyze linked connection without reading...(Read whole news on source site)

Introduction to Azure Search

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Azure Search is new cloud service by Microsoft. I played with this service a little bit and now it is my favorite toy. In this post I give a quick overview of Azure Search and tell you what it is and what it is not. Also I provide some advice about what tools you need and how to get rid of some problems I faced when using service on CoreCLR. The post Introduction to Azure Search appeared first on Gunnar Peipman - Programming Blog.

Entity Framework Pitfalls: Lazy Loading and Proxy Creation

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There are two properties that control the ability to lazy load navigation properties:LazyLoadingEnabled: controls whether navigation properties marked as virtual will be lazy loaded, that is, loaded on demand when they are accessed;ProxyCreationEnabled: Entity Framework will create dynamic proxy classes for unsealed types with virtual properties, whenever it loads an instance from the database or it is asked to create an instance (Create method).
The problem is: for the most cases, we need both properties to be true. If they are not, navigation properties are only loaded if:Eagerly loaded through the Include extension method;Explicitly loaded
through the Load method (collections only).
There are cases, however, when you wouldn’t want to have proxies:When exposing entities through WCF, because since it knows nothing about the dynamic generated proxy types;When using, for example, AutoMapper, to convert from one type to another, for the same reason.
The one reason why you would want a proxy without lazy loading is for self-tracking changes, that is, the proxy detects changes made to it instead of having the DbChangeTracker class (the DbContext.ChangeTracker property) doing it....(Read whole news on source site)

Announcing General Availability of HDInsight on Linux + new Data Lake Services and Language

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Today, I’m happy to announce several key additions to our big data services in Azure, including the General Availability of HDInsight on Linux, as well as the introduction of our new Azure Data Lake and Language services. General Availability of HDInsight on Linux Today we are announcing general availability of our HDInsight service on Ubuntu Linux.  HDInsight enables you to easily run managed Hadoop clusters in the cloud.  With today’s release we now allow you to configure these clusters to run using both a Windows Server Operating System as well as an Ubuntu based Linux Operating System. HDInsight on
Linux enables even broader support for Hadoop ecosystem partners to run in HDInsight providing you even greater choice of preferred tools and applications for running Hadoop workloads. Both Linux and Windows clusters in HDInsight are built on the same standard Hadoop distribution and offer the same set of rich capabilities. Today’s new release also enables additional capabilities, such as, cluster scaling, virtual network integration and script action support. Furthermore, in addition to Hadoop cluster type, you can now create HBase and Storm clusters on Linux for your NoSQL and real time processing...(Read whole news on source site)