Azure Data Lake Updates

Michael Rys has the October updates for Azure Data Lake:

We seem to be just cranking out new stuff :). Here are the October 2016 Updates for Azure Data Lake U-SQL!

The main take away is that the October refresh has now removed the old deprecated syntax of the items we have announced over the last couple of release notes!

Thanks for those who volunteered to test the new version of more scalable file set. Please contact us if you want to try it and help us validate it.

Click through for the release notes.

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