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SF Data Weekly - Peas and Carrots, Doris and Multilingual Dashboards

June 17 · Issue #244 · View online
SF Data Weekly
Our pick this week is a piece on using green and orange color schemes, two colors that people with color deficiencies can’t discern.
We also have an overview of Apache Doris, a real-time MPP database, and a how-to describing the best way to create multilingual dashboards with Apache QuickSight. Stay Healthy!

Our Pick
Watching for Peas and Carrots: Solving the Green and Orange Dilemma in Data Visualization | Nightingale
Data Pipelines
Use an AD FS user and Tableau to securely query data in AWS Lake Formation | Amazon Web Services
The 3 Types of APIs Your Organization Might Need | DreamFactory Software
Data Storage
Introduction to Apache Doris(incubating) | by ApacheDoris | Jun, 2022 | Medium
Comparison of Data Lake Table Formats (Iceberg, Hudi and Delta Lake)
Druid: A Real-time Analytical Data Store
Data Analysis
The Dos and Don’ts for Data Analysts | by Omri Antman | AppsFlyer Engineering | Jun, 2022 | Medium
5 Algorithms Solved Using Python Dictionary Counters | by AnBento | Jun, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Data Visualization
Build a multilingual dashboard with Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight | Amazon Web Services
Data-driven Products
Unified Payments Data Read at Airbnb | by Alican GÖKSEL | The Airbnb Tech Blog | Jun, 2022 | Medium
Data Engineering Jobs
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