A Data Trend I'm Excited About This Year
Great article. I'm really curious how you see younger analysts/engineers preparing for roles in this space and where the best entry points (from finance or from developer background)
Good effort, thank you so very much for this effort.
I don't think data eng and BA are merging, its just that BAs are getting a bit more technical (knowing SQL, Tableau, Power BI, VBA ; but not to the extent they're mentionning). In the companies I've worked for, there had always been Business Intelligence / BI analyst roles, who are technical and close to data engineers (using Talend or Airflow for a more "recent" tool), but who deeply know the business side of things. So the role of analytical engineer already exists or is just a rebranding.
Cloudera Data Platform is missing.
Great article. Airflow is indeed user-unfriendly to data analysts. We are building next-gen data workflow tool focusing on SQL ETL scheduling and monitoring for data analyst. Let's chat if you're interested.
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This is an incredibly helpful resource Jamin - thank you.
I think you are spot on, I built a healthy consulting business on this emerging infrastructure, which resonates well with Line of Business owners, in terms of costs and agility...