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SF Data Weekly - Data Smellification, Clean Lakes and Redis

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Today's pick is a short piece on using smell, sound and touch to understand data. We also have a goo
 
December 2 · Issue #166 · View online
SF Data Weekly
Today’s pick is a short piece on using smell, sound and touch to understand data. We also have a good piece on how to keep data lakes uncluttered, as well as an overview of Redis. Stay healthy!

Our Pick
Data Smellification — Smelling Data Saved My Life | by Amy Cesal | Nightingale | Nov, 2020 | Medium
Data Pipelines
Best practices for consuming Amazon Kinesis Data Streams using AWS Lambda | Amazon Web Services
How to Transform and Load Data into MongoDB | Live Demo | December 3rd, 2020
Data Storage
Keeping your data lake clean and compliant with Amazon Athena | Amazon Web Services
Data Stores — Redis | by William Leiby | Towards Data Science
Data Analysis
Estimating NY Population Mobility Using Twitter | by Tim Hintz | Nov, 2020 | Towards Data Science
Is It True That Covid-19 Poses Serious Risks To Young and Old Alike? | by Matthew Bottomley | Panangelium | Nov, 2020 | Medium
Data Visualization
A Collection of Advanced Visualization in Matplotlib and Seaborn with Examples | by Rashida Nasrin Sucky | Nov, 2020 | Towards Data Science
Data-driven Products
Data Quality at Airbnb - Part 2 - A New Gold Standard
Data Science for the New Normal — Lessons from a $1.4B Startup
Data Engineering Jobs
Data Scientist - Everlane
Data Engineer - CapitalOne

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