Data Programmability with Snowpark API and Java UDFs
Not every developer wants to write in SQL, nor does SQL naturally handle every data programmability problem. This leads users to pull their data into other systems, which adds cost, time, and complexity while hurting security and governance. Snowflake is continuously making the platform more developer-friendly and extensible so more can be done with less. In this session, we discuss the present and future of Snowflake's extensibility, including Java UDFs and Snowpark. We'll also demo many exciting features in our roadmap and explore the scenarios they unlock. ❄Join our YouTube community❄ https://bit.ly/3lzfeeB
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