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February 5 · Issue #8 · View online
SF Data Weekly

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Data points to make you appear smart at your next mixer:
  • Facebook has 1.86B MAUs, 1.149B mobile-only MAUs (p. 5-7)
  • Azure revenue up 93%; compute more than doubling y-o-y (p. 12)
  • 18,000 DBs migrated via AWS Migration Service in 2016 (p. 3)
Enjoy using data in your work this week. But don’t be like this man, where investigators used the data from his pacemaker to help get an indictment in a fire that caused about $400,000 in damages. The man probably should have read FiveThirtyEight’s “What It Truly Takes to Delete your Data”.
And because it’s Super Bowl weekend, let’s see how the NFL uses data, analytics and probabilities.

Our Pick(s)
Data, Analytics, Probabilities and the Super Bowl
How Arsenal London Bought Into Analytics
Data Pipelines
Derive Insights from IoT in Minutes using AWS
Drinking from the industrial IoT data fire hose
Data Storage
Data Storage Issues Grow For Cars
The Internals of PostgreSQL
Pinterest: Evolving MySQL Compression
Data Analysis
How to use Deep Learning with Limited Data
Analysis of 100 Million Taxi Trips in Chicago
Data Visualization
Ventusky - Wind, Rain and Temperature Maps
Exploration and Engagement in Data Visualization
Data-driven Products
Why You Should Adopt CI for the Database
Evolving Distributed Tracing at Uber Engineering
Database (R)evolutions: The Third Wave
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