Data science for data-driven startups

Data science: software engineering or business intelligence?

Kind of a rant discussing the shift of Data Science towards technology and losing sight of the business value.

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Web Analytics Data Warehouse : Google Analytics and Search

In this tutorial, we will create a web analytics data warehouse and a dashboard for content marketing strategies.

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Data Brewery - Manage your data warehouse

Open Source ETL tool for data warehouse : Agile and SQL-based

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Data Brewery – A modern ETL for agile data warehouse

Launching my first product, an open-source ETL for data warehouse with an emphasis on agility and productivity.

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PowerBI and PostgreSQL : SSL, Let’s encrypt and Gateway

A step by step adventure on how to connect PowerBI Service to a Postgresql data warehouse. Happy to save you some hours.

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JupyterLab for complex Python and Scala Spark projects

JupyterLab is an awesome piece of technology for prototyping, self documenting research. But can you use it for projects that have a big codebase ?

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MySQL/MariaDB for Data Science : Pro and cons

Is MySQL or MariaDB suited for the analytics workload of data science? Can it be used as a data warehouse? Let’s find out.

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How to escape the data monkey trap to leverage analytics

Do you feel spending more time getting the data instead of producing impactful insights? You are not alone. Let’s explore 4 ways to solve this.

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Supercharged Excel for startup analytics with PowerBI

You think Excel is not suitable for analytics? Let me convince you that Excel can be your best tool with PowerBI.

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Master SQL query for SaaS startups analytics

A query to dissect the MMR evolution between new, lost, winback, expansion and reduction MRR.

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Apache Spark on Windows without winutils.exe

In order to use Spark on windows you need to install winutils.exe and change some environment variables. Here is a nice fix.

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