…43º Celsius in Murcia today. Too hot for SQL by firstname.lastname@example.org is licensed under a Creative Commons Reconocimiento-SinObraDerivada 4.0 Internacional License. Creado a partir de la obra en https://moraschi.com/2015/07/28/too-hot-for-sql/.
Edit: The base URL has changed from https://api.powerbi.com/beta/myorg to https://api.powerbi.com/v1.0/myorg. OAuth is clearly becoming the de-facto standard for authenticating API calls around the web. In the business intelligence arena, while we can discuss its pros and cons, we undoubtedly must get acquainted with it because sooner or later we’ll be tasked with importing data fromRead More
Few days ago microsoft announced that the preview phase of Power BI is now over and the product will be launched later this month. The Power BI that was available in SharePoint and Office 365 will be superseded. This means that Power View (the Silverlight powered dashboard) will cease to exist. <my personal note>Given thatRead More
Second issue of the series about OAuth (you can see the previous here). I’ll try to explain how to use the Google OAuth 2.0 mechanism to authorize a server side scripts without the need of the user’s credentials, in order to automate the INSERT or SELECT (or WHATEVER) processes. I am testing this with BigQueryRead More