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SF Data Weekly - Agile, Scala, Bird Calls and Hiring Poets

December 17 · Issue #220 · View online
SF Data Weekly
This week’s pick is a look at using the Agile methodology for analytics.
We also have pieces on Scala at Databricks, identifying bird calls with Python, and why hiring a poet might be a smart move for your data visualization team.
SF Data is taking a short holiday break and we’ll be back in 2022. Stay Healthy!

Our Pick
How to make agile actually work for analytics | by Taylor Brownlow | Dec, 2021 | Towards Data Science
Data Pipelines
Use unsupervised training with K-means clustering in Amazon Redshift ML | Amazon Web Services Launch Event | Jan 27th, 2022 | Xplenty
Data Storage
Top Google Cloud infrastructure blogs of 2021 | Google Cloud Blog
Data Analysis
Scoring Customer Propensity using Machine Learning Models on Google Analytics Data | by Antoine Aubay | Artefact Engineering and Data Science | Dec, 2021 | Medium
Hey, You! What’s that Bird?. The question both Skee-Lo and Buffalo… | by aarroonn | Digital-Futures-Publications | Dec, 2021 | Medium
Data Visualization
D3 and Data Visualization Insights with Mike Bostock
Why can the quality of data visualization make or break your project? | by Lazar Glumac | Dec, 2021 | Holographik
A Poet’s Perspective: Seven Reasons Why Your Dataviz Team Should Include an Analyst from the Humanities | Nightingale
Data-driven Products
Scala at Scale at Databricks - The Databricks Blog
Spotlighting scientists in the Lyft Kyiv office | by Sha Lu | Dec, 2021 | Lyft Engineering
Data Engineering Jobs
Data Engineer - Enquero
Business Analyst - Amazon Web Services
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