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SF Data Weekly - Turo's Pricing Engine, FB's Prophet, Real-time Queries with Kafka

Spring has arrived in SF. 50 years ago, in 1967, the Summer of Love started and 100,000 hippies desce
April 3 · Issue #13 · View online
SF Data Weekly

Spring has arrived in SF. 50 years ago, in 1967, the Summer of Love started and 100,000 hippies descended on San Francisco. Some amazing pictures from back then.
In more recent news, Hadoop has failed us. But we have REST APIs for PostgreSQL and are wondering if GraphQL is the next frontier for web APIs (see HN discussion).
Making large data sets actionable is a proven business model in the software development industry. applies the same to city services and infrastructure. Listen on The New Stack podcast to CEO John Edgar how his company brings valuable data capabilities to cities.

Our Pick
Turo's Dynamic Pricing and Recommender Engine
Data Pipelines
Streaming databases in realtime with MySQL, Debezium, and Kafka
Benchmarking Kafka Performance
Data Storage
Dive into FaunaDB
MongoDB vs MySQL Comparison
Applying DevOps To The Database
What's Next for SQL Databases?
Data Analysis
Interactive Queries in Kafka with Vert.x
Digg: Rethinking Notifications with Data Science
Taking Prophet for a Spin
Data Visualization
Designing Charts — Principles Every Designer Should Know
Colormind - the smart color palette generator
Data-driven Products
Data-driven decision making at AMEX
Disaster Recovery and High Availability with Postgres
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