SF Data Weekly - NextGen Brackets, Snowflake Organization and DataViz Art





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April 15 · Issue #235 · View online
SF Data Weekly
Our pick this week is a re-imaging of March Madness brackets using data visualization techniques.
We also have a piece on organizing your Snowflake data warehouse, as well as a post on the art and science of data visualization. Stay healthy!

Our Pick
Bracket Carousel: Discovering the Next Generation of Bracket Design | Nightingale
Data Pipelines
Introducing Protocol buffers (protobuf) schema support in AWS Glue Schema Registry | Amazon Web Services
8 Great Product Integrations for Your E-Commerce Store | Integrate.io
Data Storage
How I Organize My Snowflake Data Warehouse | by Madison Schott | Apr, 2022 | Towards Data Science
About CRDTs • Conflict-free Replicated Data Types
Data Analysis
GitHub - transform-data/metricflow: MetricFlow allows you to define, build, and maintain metrics in code.
How to Structure a Data Science Project for Readability and Transparency | by Khuyen Tran | Apr, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Data Visualization
PPP Loan Network – Tyler Jones
Data Tales: Art in Data Visualization | by Vanessa Ongodi Onyema | MLearning.ai | Apr, 2022 | Medium
Data-driven Products
Securing Kafka® Infrastructure at Uber
Artificial Counterfactual Estimation (ACE): Machine Learning-Based Causal Inference at Airbnb | by zhiying gu | The Airbnb Tech Blog | Mar, 2022 | Medium
Data Engineering Jobs
Thinking of Becoming a Data Analyst? You’re One Already! | by Cassie Kozyrkov | Apr, 2022 | Towards Data Science
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