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SF Data Weekly - Kendrick Lamar, CockroachDB and Doing Ad Hoc Right

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September 16 · Issue #257 · View online
SF Data Weekly
This week’s pick is a very in-depth step-by-step showing how to do sentiment analysis on Kendrick Lamar’s discography.
We also have a piece on migrating from Heroku to CockroachDB, and a post showing how to do ad hoc reporting right. Stay healthy!

Our Pick
Analyzing and Scraping the Lyrics of every Kendrick Lamar Album in Python | by Eddie | Geek Culture | Sep, 2022 | Medium
Data Pipelines
Cross-account streaming ingestion for Amazon Redshift | Amazon Web Services
How Xenon Partners Designed an End-to-End No-Code Data Transformation Pipeline With Integrate.io on BigQuery
Data Storage
Demystifying the Parquet File Format | by Michael Berk | Aug, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Phil Eaton on Twitter: Why Use a Domain-Specific Database
Migrating Your PostgreSQL Database From Heroku to CockroachDB
Data Analysis
Why You’re Doing Ad Hoc Analytics Wrong | by Robert Yi | Sep, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Data Visualization
Network Analysis of Partisanship
Reasons to Visualise the Same Data, Differently | Nightingale
Data-driven Products
From Data Lake to Lakehouse | by Robert Kossendey | claimsforce
Amazon migrates financial reporting to Amazon QuickSight | Amazon Web Services
Data Engineering Jobs
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