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We’ve been using Airflow for almost a year (on my suggestion). I’m not super-happy with it, and testing it is one of the pain points. Knowing how to do it is half the battle.
You must lose
You’ve probably felt the same
I’m looking forward checking the code for this (should be equivalent to Databricks' Delta product)
In off the moors, down through the mist beams, god-cursed Grendel came greedily loping.
Remember kids, what you want to do is either
Mapping (read-only) or
MutableMapping abstract base classes from
A pity you need a custom build of Spark in this case (and fighting with EMR to install it)
If you happen to use Qubole and Hive, this can be a winner.
I love bloom filters, and have been using the
metals Scala language server for a while now in emacs (spacemacs).
That’s no constant
We all know we are bad at estimates as humans, mathematical models just can confirm this
Rapid prototyping and construction with carbon fibre can change a lot of things in manufacturing
libtcod. Also a blogpost series available here.
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