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SF Data Weekly - Redshift Performance, Cockroach DB and Marrimeko Charts

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March 11 · Issue #230 · View online
SF Data Weekly
Our pick this week is a simple but useful piece on optimizing Redshift performance.
We also have an introduction to a highly distributed database that is so resilient, it’s named after a cockroach, as well as a chart named after a Finnish textile company. Stay Healthy!

Our Pick
6 ways to improve Redshift performance | by Gedas Gardauskas | Revel Systems Engineering Blog | Mar, 2022 | Medium
Data Pipelines
Perform ETL operations using Amazon Redshift RSQL | Amazon Web Services
8 Tips to Build a Strong BigCommerce Tech Stack | Integrate.io
Data Storage
CockroachDB: The Resilient Geo-Distributed SQL Database
Data Analysis
Confidence Intervals Simply Explained | by Egor Howell | Mar, 2022 | Towards Data Science
D-Tale: One of the Best Python Libraries You Have Ever Seen | by Ismael Araujo | Mar, 2022 | Towards Data Science
Data Visualization
How to Create a Pivot Marimekko Chart in Plain JavaScript | Nightingale
Explore and Visualize Geospatial Data using Leafmap Python Package | by Huajing Shi | Feb, 2022 | Towards Data Science
How to Make a Treemap in Python. Use Plotly to make a treemap with a… | by Kruthi Krishnappa | Mar, 2022 | Medium
Data-driven Products
Introducing Ballast: An Adaptive Load Test Framework
Snowflake acquires Streamlit for $800M to help customers build data-based apps – TechCrunch
Data Engineering Jobs
7 Best Data Science YouTubers to Watch for Free Learning in 2022 | by Chris Zita | Feb, 2022 | Towards Data Science
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