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 [...]

October 7, 2019

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by: Renee Miller

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Categories: Events, Looker

Looker is at it again, bringing together the best data enthusiasts on the planet. Since we had such an absurdly enjoyable time at last year’s JOIN (read about it in our blog here), we were hyped for pre-conference celebration. Consider this our tailgating. Mike Jelen, representing Red Pill Analytics at Looker JOIN 18, takes home [...]

September 5, 2019

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by: Renee Miller

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Categories: Events, Red Pill Analytics

Let's Talk Oracle OpenWorld 2019…But first Before we get into OpenWorld, we have some exciting (actually… groundbreaking) news to share. Stewart Bryson, Red Pill’s CEO and Founder, was announced as a recipient of the Oracle Groundbreaker Ambassador Award. Now, what does that mean, exactly? Individuals are nominated based on their impact on the developer community [...]

August 7, 2019

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by: Stewart Bryson

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Categories: Analytics, Confluent, Gradle, Kafka, KSQL

This blog, Deploying Kafka Streams and KSQL with Gradle – Part 3: KSQL User-Defined Functions and Kafka Streams was originally posted on the Confluent Blog on July 10, 2019. See the original source here. Building off part 1 where we discussed an event streaming architecture that we implemented for a customer using Apache Kafka, KSQL, and Kafka Streams, and part 2 where we discussed how [...]