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SF Data Weekly - Does Twitter Hate Your Friends, Kestra and Pandera

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April 1 · Issue #233 · View online
SF Data Weekly
Our pick this week is an analysis and visualization showing how Twitter’s algorithm treats your friends.
We also have a new open source data orchestration tool, Kestra, and how to validate Pandas data frames with Pandera. Stay healthy!

Our Pick
Does Twitter’s Algorithm Hate Your Friends? | Nightingale
Data Pipelines
GitHub - kestra-io/kestra: Kestra is an infinitely scalable opensource orchestration and scheduling platform, creating, running, scheduling, and monitoring millions of complex pipelines.
SQL Server data to your data warehouse in less than 5 minutes
Authoring a Power BI Dataflows Solution - DataChant
Python ETL Pipeline: The Incremental data load Techniques | by Haq Nawaz | Mar, 2022 | Dev Genius
Data Storage
Optimize Python Performance with Better Data Storage | by Joe T. Santhanavanich | Mar, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Data Analysis
Validate Your pandas DataFrame with Pandera | by Khuyen Tran | Mar, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Data Visualization
Why Open Data Matters for Cycling: Visualizing a Cycling City
Data-driven Products
Comparing quantiles at scale in online A/B-testing : Spotify Engineering
Orchestrating Data Pipelines at Lyft: comparing Flyte and Airflow | by Constantine Slisenka | Mar, 2022 | Lyft Engineering
Data Engineering Jobs
It’s a Great Time To Be a Data Engineer | by Keith McNulty | Mar, 2022 | Towards AI
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