Using the Snowflake Information Schema
It is my 1 year anniversary of becoming the tech evangelist for Snowflake Computing!
Hard to believe that a year ago I gave up independent consulting and joined this amazing team in San Mateo. While there has been a lot of travel recently with my speaking schedule, I have gotten to learn a ton about big data, the cloud, and modern issues in the world of BI and analytics. Things I would have missed out on had I keep doing what I had been doing.
And the more I speak at events, talk to prospects, customers, analysts, and data architects, like me, the more convinced I am that Snowflake has NAILED it! What we have built here is truely unique in the industry and is led by a truely genius team of database engineers. You should come work here too! Tell them the Data Warrior sent you!
So, happy anniversary to me and here is yet another post I did about one of our great features.
Snowflake Information Schema
Snowflake has a data dictionary that we expose to users. We call it the Information Schema. This post will give you some examples of how to use it. Enjoy!
Read the post here: Using the Snowflake Information Schema
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