Building a Python SDK for Azure Databricks. This article is about a new project I started to work on lately. Please welcome Azure Databricks SDK Python.
This article will present the project, the current progress, release plan, some design choices, and at final dev process/tools.
I spent several nights working and searching for best practices to implement this SDK. I am convinced that It will need more than my humble efforts to become stable and usable in production. Therefore, my friends, all contributions are welcome! Do not hesitate to reach to me if you want to contribute by any means (docs, code, testing, etc).
I will start by my own use-cases:
I think It’s plenty to justify the need. Nonetheless, I am quite sure there should be additional use-cases. I’ll be excited to hear yours in the comments (on medium).
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