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August Webinars – All Focused on Snowflake

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August 2, 2020

8 Aug 2020
AUGUST WEBINARS – ALL FOCUSED ON SNOWFLAKE

We have a BIG webinar lineup for the month of August and all will focus on Snowflake and be packed with critical information. If this is something you and your team want to learn more about, be sure to register! 

August 12 – Snowflake ProTalk: Stored Procedures

“Snowflake’s stored procedures are different from what traditional databases provide, due to the nature of how Snowflake is fundamentally set up. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t accomplish the same data manipulation tasks” – Snowflake Pro Glenn Hillam

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August 19 – Migrating to Snowflake: Top 10 Mistakes

Migrations to Snowflake have been on the rise for the last 2 years. This webinar will be an opportunity to understand and plan for the road ahead before you embark on your code conversion journey.

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August 26 – Using Snowflake's NEW Advanced Column Level Security

Snowflake is releasing a large swath of capabilities around column-level security and other access control objects. In this webinar, Glenn Hillam and Rich Hathaway will be diving into how these new developments can facilitate native controls over data access.

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