The Practical Data Engineering Resource

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The data engineering space is evolving. Here are the resources I collected for practical data engineering resource.

Last Updated: 2023–04–02

Books

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The Essential Reading List for Data Engineers: 10 Classic Books You Can’t Miss

Discover the Essential Reading List for Data Engineers: 10 Classic Books You Can't Miss. While many free online resources are available, they often lack the ...
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Data Engineering Space Leader (who to follow)

Practical Data Engineering Framework

Data Processing

  • Apache Spark: Unified engine for large-scale data analytics
  • Apache Flink: Stateful Computations over Data Streams
  • Apache Beam: The easiest way to do batch and streaming data processing. 
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Deep Dive into Handling Apache Spark Data Skew

"Why my Spark job is running slow?" is an inevitable question. We will cover how to identify Spark data skew and how to handle data ...
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Workflow Orchestration

  • Airflow: platform created by the community to programmatically author, schedule and monitor workflows
  • Mage: A modern replacement for Airflow.
  • Kestra: an infinitely scalable orchestration and scheduling platform, creating, running, scheduling, and monitoring millions of complex pipelines.
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Here Is What I Learned Using Apache Airflow over 6 Years

Apache Airflow is undoubtedly the most popular open-source project for data engineering for years. It gains popularity at the right time with The Rise Of ...
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Is Apache Airflow Due for Replacement? The First Impression Of mage-ai

Airflow has been widespread for years. Is Apache Airflow due for a replacement? mage-ai is the new ETL tool for data engineers to check out ...
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5 Fantastic Data Pipeline Orchestration Tools For R

Many modern data orchestration projects like Apache Airflow and Luigi are Python-based. Let's explore the popular data pipeline orchestration options for R.
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OLAP Query

  • Druid: a high-performance, real-time analytics database that delivers sub-second queries on streaming and batch data at scale and under load.
  • Trino: a query engine that runs at ludicrous speed
  • ClickHouse: a column-oriented database that enables its users to generate powerful analytics, using SQL queries, in real-time.

Data Visualization / Reporting

  • Superset: a modern data exploration and visualization platform
  • Metabase: Fast analytics with the friendly UX and integrated tooling to let your company explore data on their own.
  • ECharts: a powerful, interactive charting and data visualization library for browser

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