October 1, 2020
Tim Dines from Onebridge gives a deep-dive intro into Snowflake data warehouse features, benefits, and best practices.Click Here to Register
About the Host
Tim Dines is a highly experienced Tableau Developer with Onebridge. Tim began his career in IT at Capstone Technologies and has lent his expertise to several major companies like Ricker Oil, Diamond Chain, and Bridgestone Americas. Tim has been with Onebridge since early 2018 and enjoys cooking in his free time.
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