Great post! I borrowed your flow to make it easier for Python developers to connect to Pardot API. It's called PyPardotSF and it was forked from Pypardot4. It supports both Ver 3 & 4 API. I hope this saves time for the Python engineers: https://github.com/anelendata/PyPardotSF
If you have worked with a data engineer, you might have heard ETL or ELT.
The trend is to transform the data after loading it to a powerful modern data warehouse such as Google BigQuery, Snowflake, AWS Redshift, or Microsoft Synapse. So, ELT rather than ETL is increasingly used to refer the data processing.
I’m adding a P to ELT, and it’s “Publishing.” It’s the process of publishing the post-transformation data…
(This is part of what I posted on my Facebook account before signing off.)
I am going to sign off from Facebook, Instagram, and FB Messenger for a while. I don’t know when or if I will be back.
I will also keep things updated on the following outlets in case you are interested.
I have been wanting to put my thoughts together and break the silence. I have not been successful. The only thing I can say clearly is that black people have been treated inhumanly just too long and I want to leave a better world…
As a data scientist serving business decision-makers, I write a lot of reports. On other occasions, I write technical specifications for application developers who implement the user event instrumentation for product analytics. You also have been seeing me posting articles like this on LinkedIn every Tuesday. I write a lot. How do I write so fast?
There are a lot of articles focusing on how to overcome writer’s block. They are helpful. But today, I want to focus on the system I have, not the tips when you are stuck.
My writing system is designed around one question:
This question was the primary driver for me to be a data scientist. From personal finance to corporate strategy, every day is filled with decisions. How many choices in life do we make rationally? Are we learning from past actions and consequences? How is the collective decision making of humankind improving over its history?
In the last decade, machines became smarter by learning from the data. However, they are not smart enough for us to be able to delegate everything. Reuters reported not a long time ago that Amazon shut down its project that used machine learning to rate the…
The wisteria trellis in Sylvan Park in Mountain View is beautiful in March. The park is just a block away from our home. We held our daughter’s birthday parties under the wisteria for the last three years. Today, I took her to the park with her brand new bike: Her gift from us on the fifth birthday. Woom 3 is a well-made children’s bike with a light frame. The pedals can be detached easily. We let her glide without the pedals for a while, but she begged me to put the pedals back on the second day. She mastered the…
I know Facebook wouldn’t have been so big without injecting the endless personalized content through the timeline interface. But I wished that my experience would have been something I describe below instead of the combined timeline of everybody and everything.
The experience I want:
As simple as that. The important thing is Step 2. I think…
…but keep staring until you see the beauty in the “mud”.
A poop explosion. That is the truth. By now, I seem to be making it look too easy to take care of two kids single-handedly while my wife is at work: Smiling to the camera while bottle-feeding the 5-month-old (Leo) with the 3-year-old (Emi) pretending to feed the stuffed animal in the back. Cooking beautiful bowls of ramen at lunch for the kid and myself . Taking them to the zoo and enjoying the sunset at the beach. It’s a weekday fairytale…if you look through the social media .
“Only after being heated and hammered, a Japanese sword has a razor sharp cutting edge with the ability to absorb shock in a way which reduces the possibility of the blade breaking when used in combat. I need to ask my friends more than saying “good job” or “great idea” in order to forge my thoughts like a Japanese sword hammered and heated by a master.”
Dad. Husband. Data Scientist. Business Owner. Living a wholesome life.