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SF Data Weekly - Broken Data Warehouses, Histogram Alternatives and Esquisse

April 22 · Issue #236 · View online
SF Data Weekly
Our pick this week is a piece that asks if the modern data warehouse is broken and offers a possible fix.
We also have an article on histogram alternatives, as well as an introduction to an open source analysis and visualization tool, Esquisse. Stay healthy!

Our Pick
Is The Modern Data Warehouse Broken? | by Barr Moses | Apr, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Data Pipelines
Accelerate Snowflake to Amazon Redshift migration using AWS Schema Conversion Tool | Amazon Web Services
The Best Integration Platform For Your Business |
Data Storage
Data Lake Architecture For A Heavy Machinery Dealer: how to level up your business to the data-driven world | by Andrew Bush | Apr, 2022 | Medium
Data Analysis
Create an Analytical Website From Scratch Using Python | by Sarah Floris | Apr, 2022 | Better Programming
Analyze Data quickly with Esquisse | by Dr. Gregor Scheithauer | Apr, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Data Visualization
3 Best (Often Better) Alternatives To Histograms | by Bex T. | Apr, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Analyze and Visualize URLs with Network Graph | by Khuyen Tran | Apr, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Vuenique. A low-level visualization component… | by Alex Corlin | Apr, 2022 | ITNEXT
Data-driven Products
Presto® on Apache Kafka® At Uber Scale
How Netflix Content Engineering makes a federated graph searchable | by Netflix Technology Blog | Apr, 2022 | Netflix TechBlog
Data Engineering Jobs
I’m a Self-Taught Data Scientist. Here Are My 3 Suggestions for Newcomers | by Soner Yıldırım | Apr, 2022 | Towards Data Science
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