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SF Data Weekly - DataViz Album Covers, Scaling to 10Tbps and Blazor

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August 27 · Issue #204 · View online
SF Data Weekly
Our pick this week is the story of two designers who have created album covers using visualizations of the music.
We also have a piece on using Lustre to scale data access, and another on how to create data visualization apps with the Blazor framework. Stay healthy!

Our Pick
Data-Driven Album Covers | Nightingale
Data Pipelines
Handling duplicate data in streaming pipeline using Pub/Sub & Dataflow. | Google Cloud Blog
Understanding Operational Analytics | Xplenty
Data Storage
Scaling data access to 10Tbps (yes, terabits) with Lustre | Google Cloud Blog
Data Analysis
Making Sense of Satellite Data, An Open Source Workflow: Accessing Data
Data Wrangler / Observable / Observable
Data Visualization
Building a JavaScript Resource Gantt Chart to Visualize Tokyo 2020 Paralympics Schedule | by AnyChart | Aug, 2021 | JavaScript in Plain English
How to create data visualization app with Blazor | by Yuliia Nikitina | Aug, 2021 | Dev Genius
Data-driven Products
How MEDHOST’s cardiac risk prediction successfully leveraged AWS analytic services | Amazon Web Services
Powering the Network Pricing Model with Near Real-Time Features
Data Engineering Jobs
Analytics Engineer: The Newest Data Career Role | by Madison Schott | Aug, 2021 | Towards Data Science
Here are this week’s job picks:
Technologist - Dolby
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