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SF Data Weekly - "Data just happens"; DevOps & Databases; Uber's Data-driven Maps; Best 2016 Data Viz

AI & Machine Learning are the sliced bread and peanut butter of 2017, but only SF Data readers u
January 23 · Issue #6 · View online
SF Data Weekly

AI & Machine Learning are the sliced bread and peanut butter of 2017, but only SF Data readers understand that the key pillar of success for machine learning is an impeccably clean data pipeline. 
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Our Pick
Data just happens, right?!
Data Pipelines
3 Tools to Help Incorporate the DB into DevOps
Open Sourcing Screwdriver | Yahoo Engineering
Data Storage
Database (R)evolutions : The Third Wave
How Discord Stores Billions of Messages
RethinkDB: Why We Failed
Database Landscapes | SQL & NoSQL Databases
Database Landscape
Database Landscape
Data Analysis
Playing with 80 Million Amazon Product Review Ratings Using Apache Spark
How the SQL Server Query Optimizer Works
Ask HN: What is the best online resource to learn advanced SQL?
Data Visualization
The Beauty of Mapping Big Data
Asana now adjusts for color-blindness
Data-driven Products
Crafting Data-Driven Maps – Uber Design
Laying the Foundation for a Data Team
The 10 Best Data Visualization Articles of 2016
End Note
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