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How to use Backfill: the Time Machine for Scheduled Queries in BigQuery

How to retroactively run Big Data analytics jobs in BigQuery

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I love BigQuery and I used it in a number of Big Data projects. I like its flexibility, the powerful query language (including the possibility to query external sources) and the many built-in functionalities.

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Edoardo Nosotti

Edoardo Nosotti

Certified Cybersecurity Analyst and Senior Cloud Solutions Architect. Passionate about IoT, AI, ML and automation.

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