SF Data Weekly - No Scrum for Data Scientists, Mining Character and Iron Viz

#222・
5.5K

subscribers

220

issues

Subscribe to our newsletter

By subscribing, you agree with Revue’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy and understand that SF Data Weekly will receive your email address.

Revue
 
 
January 14 · Issue #222 · View online
SF Data Weekly
Our pick this week is a well-reasoned piece explaining why Scrum is the wrong approach for managing data science projects.
We also have a two-part series on analyzing character networks from books and movies using graph theory, and the announcement for the 2022 Iron Viz data visualization contest. Stay healthy!

Our Pick
Don’t Make Data Scientists Do Scrum | by Sophia Yang | Jan, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Data Pipelines
Define error handling for Amazon Redshift Spectrum data | Amazon Web Services
Integrate.io Launch Event | Jan 27th, 2022 | Xplenty
Data Storage
Why Google Treats SQL Like Code and You Should Too | by Galen B | Jan, 2022 | Dev Genius
Five Tips For a Healthier Postgres Database in the New Year
Data Analysis
Mining & Modelling Character Networks — Part I | by Vatsal | Jan, 2022 | Towards Data Science
3 Python Libraries for Effective EDA that You Might Have Missed | by Chi Nguyen | Jan, 2022 | Towards Data Science
10 Practical Learnings from Looker’s JOIN@Home 2021 | Google Cloud Blog
Data Visualization
Iron Viz 2022 Global Qualifier: Visualizing the Arts
Crafting a COVID Visualization: How I Processed Pandemic Anxiety and Grief with Yarn | Nightingale
Data-driven Products
Data Culture in the wild with Seattle Seahawks, VMWare, and Jaguar Land Rover
Data Engineering Jobs
Data Researcher - Control Risks
Lead Data Engineer - Balsam Brands
Did you enjoy this issue?
In order to unsubscribe, click here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Powered by Revue
650 California St., San Francisco, CA 94108