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Maureen  Ony
Maureen  Ony
Feb 24, 2024

Hi, is it better to use CSS animations rather than JavaScript animation for web development. I feel JavaScript is mostly used and is better than CSS when it gets to animation.

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Richard Sudusky
Richard Sudusky
Feb 12, 2024

I'm 99.9% with you. I'm no fan of Scrum, but I think it's a bit misleading to bash it for the number of man-hours that the meetings (events) account for. The bigger issue for me is that the focus is on learning the rules of Scrum, not on putting in place all the minimum prerequisites that you correctly point out. I will share your article widely - fantastic!

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Rami James
Rami James
Feb 13, 2024

I wrote about what's wrong with agile here: ramijames.com/thoughts/the-work-structure-s..

Tldr: too much process is being rammed down dev's throats as a way to create visibility and accountability, instead of managers understanding that devs need autonomy to be creative and innovative.

The point of agile is.. to be agile. You want to be able to change stuff on the fly, make mistakes, shift direction, etc. Too much process makes that impossible.

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Watson Robert
Watson Robert
Feb 24, 2024

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anil verma
anil verma
Feb 18, 2024

Snehasish Roy I appreciate the detailed explanations.

I have a question about the job extractor: what is the necessity of running it on each instance? Is it computationally intensive due to massive record? If we were to run it as a single job only, would we eliminate the need for the leader election component?

I'm curious about the challenges that drive the decision to go with this approach

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Sanjay Khadilkar
Sanjay Khadilkar
May 31, 2023

Hi Sandeep, thanks for very detailed information on DIrect Lake. I understand that at the moment calculated tables, calculated columns, calculation groups etc are not supported.

However, any idea if there are plans to support them in future?

Thanks, Sanjay

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Timo Riikonen
Timo Riikonen
Jun 6, 2023

Thank you Sandeep for the excellent post.

Your answer to "When and how does caching occur?" Could you explain the settings on Fabric Dataset caching, how do different settings change your answer?

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