SF Data Weekly - Peaky Blinders, Dataplex and Dags Hub





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March 4 · Issue #229 · View online
SF Data Weekly
Our pick this week is a visualization of the social map of the BBC Series Peaky Blinders, with the aim of predicting whether a happy ending is possible.
We also have an introduction to Google’s new Dataplex cloud mesh data lake manager, and a new Github-like service for data scientists and ML engineers. Stay healthy!

Our Pick
Is There a Happy Ending for the Peaky Blinders? | Nightingale
Data Pipelines
Migrate from SQL Server to Aurora PostgreSQL using SSIS and Babelfish | Amazon Web Services
Salesforce CRM data to your data warehouse in less than 5 minutes
Data Storage
Build a data mesh on Google Cloud with Dataplex, now generally available
Data Analysis
DagsHub: a GitHub Supplement for Data Scientists and ML Engineers | by Khuyen Tran | Feb, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Hierarchical Clustering: Explain It To Me Like I’m 10 | by Shreya Rao | Feb, 2022 | Towards Data Science
How to Perform Sentiment Analysis on Earnings Call of Companies | by Bharath K | Feb, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Data Visualization
When to use 3D in data visualisation | by Josh Taylor | Towards Data Science
Data-driven Products
Data transfer in Manhattan using RocksDB
How Panasonic Avionics used Amazon Aurora MySQL to modernize their environment | Amazon Web Services
Data Engineering Jobs
Become A Better Data Engineer On A Shoestring (More Free Resources) — Pipeline Data Engineering Academy
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