Benefits of Dynamic SQL Queries

Benefits of Dynamic SQL Queries

Static SQL queries are powerful, but when you start to do things at scale, you need to leverage the benefits of dynamic SQL queries. In this post, we will discuss the core concepts of dynamic SQL and some of the ways that you can use it. Core Concepts What is dynamic...
Benefits of Dynamic SQL Queries

How to Automate SQL Queries for Free

SQL queries are powerful by themselves, but, by automating queries as part of your data flow, you will unlock tons of potential in your data. In this post, we will show you how to automate your SQL queries for free, so that you can focus on the things that drive value...
Benefits of Dynamic SQL Queries

How to use SQL to send email for free

SQL is a powerful, flexible tool to use for many purposes. When armed with the right tools, there are practically no limits to what you can do. In this post, we will show you how to use SQL to send email using one of our free tier engines. In this use case, we will...
Nominode Release 1.9.0

Nominode Release 1.9.0

API Updates Under the hood improvements to the way engine images are fetched. Fixes Will no longer accept invalid Cron strings for a sequence schedule. Gives you a more sensible error when trying to create tasks when you have read only access. UI Updates Tasks can now...
Nominode Release 1.9.0

Nominode Release 1.8.0

API Updates Tasks now have versioning under the hood, coming soon to the UI! UI Updates Shared Objects now maintain their version history and allow you to revert to any previous version. Make a mistake? Make it like it never happened! Our support portal is now...
Nominode Release 1.9.0

Nominode Release 1.7.2

API Updates 1.7 was a big release for the amount of automated testing we introduced, with 1.7.2 we have reached our internal goals for testing. Don’t worry, we are still thoroughly testing releases with humans, but our robot work force is much increased! As part...
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