This is a direct link to my sketches repository, where I post my generative fun code. This is a bit borderline, since it’s not that fun. Some months ago I was looking for a chord diagram in D3 that worked fine in version 6 and was more or less straightforward to understand. Since I could find none, I created one from older pieces and a Python notebook to generate the dataset. I will be writing up some more details in a blog post, but you can take a look already.
This looks like a very interesting approach (although its overlap with Delta Lake is large). When writing new jobs and pipelines, we’d use any failures (since jobs will eventually fail in one way or another: I call it the Jurassic Park effect) as a model for additional automatic recoverability. In the next iteration, all jobs should be able to survive that kind of failure.
It’s very well presented, but not that groundbreaking: in high school I got as assignment trying to find a rule for 7 or 11 (not sure now) and I arrived at this one. After all, they are just based in base-10 expansion, so with a little bit of patience and basic algebra you can get there.