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SF Data Weekly - Not Anonymous, Augmented Databases and 100

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January 7 · Issue #221 · View online
SF Data Weekly
Our pick this week is a Wired piece that looks at “anonymized” data, and what can be gleaned from it.
We also have a short introduction to augmented databases, and a short piece on the importance of 100 in data visualization. Stay healthy!

Our Pick
Big Data May Not Know Your Name. But It Knows Everything Else | WIRED
Data Pipelines
Stream Apache HBase edits for real-time analytics | Amazon Web Services
Integrate.io Launch Event | Jan 27th, 2022 | Xplenty
Data Storage
What’s new in Amazon Redshift – 2021, a year in review | Amazon Web Services
Augmented Database Management: A Brief Overview | by Mayuresh Joshi | Jan, 2022 | Medium
Data Analysis
8 Guidelines to Create Professional Data Science Notebooks | by Ricardo Carvalho | Dec, 2021 | Towards Data Science
Data Visualization
Why 100 is an important in data visualization. | Upskilling
Creating a better dashboard with Python, Dash, and Plotly | by Brad Bartram | Dec, 2021 | Towards Data Science
When Data Fails To Tell a Story: Data Visualization Mistakes | *instinctools
Data-driven Products
How Belcorp decreased cost and improved reliability in its big data processing framework using Amazon EMR managed scaling | Amazon Web Services
Advancing Jupyter Notebooks at Twitter - Part 1
Data Engineering Jobs
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