My third course in the Pluralsight Kusto Query Language Learning Path has just been published: Kusto Query Language: Scalar Operators. This course is the third in Pluralsight’s Kusto Query Language Learning Path.
The Kusto Query Language has a rich set of scalar operators. Operators that can be used to transform your data, making the output of your queries easier to read.
In this course, we cover some of the most used Kusto Query Language scalar operators, which will enable you to author effective queries right away.
Some of the major topics that are covered include:
- Work with dates and times, including datetime math as well as formatting.
- Logic branching
- Working with strings
- Advanced techniques for working with column data
By the end of the course, you’ll have enough information about scalar operators to write queries with more readable output.
Kusto Query Language: Previous Courses
If you have not seen my previous two courses in the series, you should probably watch those first if you are not familiar with KQL.
The first course, Kusto Query Language: Getting Started, covered the basics of KQL, as well as the user interface.
In the second Pluralsight course, Kusto Query Language: Beginning Operators, I cover some of the most useful of the KQL operators. Using this course you can write effective queries in order to do most of your data retrieval.
The newest course, which I mentioned above, shows how to take your output and format it nicely for a wider audience.
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Just a side note for those who subscribe to my posts. Normally I publish on Mondays, but this post was a bit late this week due to wrapping up the course. I’ll probably take next week off of my KQL series and resume the week after.
I hope you enjoy the courses! And stay tuned to the blog, as I will be continuing my ongoing series Fun With KQL.