January 12, 2021

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by: Greg.suk

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Categories: Code, Coding, dbt

Anyone who has worked with dbt knows that one of the most powerful features is packages. Packages allow you to reuse code across multiple projects in an organization. Packages can be installed from other projects in your organization, or by using the dbt hub you can install packages from the open-source community and Fishtown Analytics. [...]

September 28, 2020

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by: Renee Miller

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Categories: AWS, Databases, Redshift, Snowflake, Tips

Are you considering a cloud-native data warehouse? Our experts debate the differences between Snowflake, Redshift, and BigQuery. Prefer to listen? Watch the Stump The Experts webinar on our Youtube channel. We are new to cloud data warehousing. We are considering Snowflake, Redshift, and BigQuery. What are some things to consider? Neal Achord Red Pill Consultant [...]
COVID-19 has created an anxiety-ridden week. With the chaos of preparing to quarantine over (hopefully), what’s next? If you’re looking for a way to be productive at home, we have an answer - we’ve taken our canceled and postponed live events and converted them to online educational opportunities. With a worldwide pandemic at our heels, [...]
Event Storming is the creation of Alberto Brandolini, a lightweight but powerful workshop approach for software development and domain-driven design. Using sticky notes, experts like software developers and product designers work together at an accelerated pace to focus, rethink, reframe, and bounce ideas off each other. Event Storming is a methodology meant to: Be quick, [...]

October 30, 2019

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by: Renee Miller

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Categories: Data, Data Visualization, Looker

Looking at Looker, Part 2 By Renee Miller and Victoria Davis Why should we talk about Looker? With Looker JOIN19 a week away, we thought we’d dive deeper into the Looker platform (See Part 1 here). Earlier this year, Google Cloud announced a plan to buy Looker for $2.6 billion, making it even more of a [...]