What if I tell you there is a database that is,
1. 100% Free
2. Has a world-class admin UI
3. And almost everybody in the world knows how to use it.
Believe me or not but Google Sheets can be used as a lite weight database. And in today’s article, we’ll learn how to integrate it using Python3. Without westing further ado, let’s get started.
We are having the data of an E-commerce website Zalando.uk, stored the data into a spreadsheet…
Web APIs have become increasingly important to the operation of modern businesses. As companies become more reliant on data, the importance of data communications continues to grow. While data technologies are emerging frequently, we need a fast, high-performance, and robust framework to build our APIs.
NOTE: This article is part of a series called — “Manage Your Workflows With Apache Airflow”. This is the second part of a two-part series. You should read the first part first.
part2: Write Your First Real-Time DAG In Python.
In the previous article, we have installed and set up the environment to run our first DAG in Airflow. As an expectation, this article assumes you have the Airflow environment configured and all set to write and manage workflow.
In this follow-up post, I’d like to explain with the following agenda,
Management is doing things right;
leadership is doing the right things.
— Peter Drucker
part1: Introduction, Installation, and Setup Apache Airflow in Python
Data is at the center of every business today. As companies become more reliant on data, the importance of data engineering continues to grow. Data engineering helps make data more useful and accessible for consumers of data. Data Engineers play a major role in the end-to-end process as “data pipelines.” Each pipeline has one or more sources and one or more destinations. Within the pipeline, data may undergo several…
Have you ever wonder how much data our planet can create every day?
Well, in 2020, that figure stood at 2.5 quintillion bytes per day.
There are 18 zeros in a quintillion. Just FYI.
Data growth stats provided some big numbers. And they’ll only get bigger. As a data enthusiast, our goal is to perform always some kind of calculation or process on it in the fastest way possible. In today’s blog, we are going to compare some of the best libraries out there to load and process larger datasets.
If you want to build a deep learning app, how difficult can it be?
Well, It all depends on the tools you use to build the model and application, right?
Bringing a Machine Learning model outside of a notebook environment and turning it into a beautiful data product used to be a lot of work. Luckily, there’s a lot of tooling being developed. And one of them is Streamlit. Streamlit is an open-source Python library for building custom web apps.
In this tutorial, I will show you, how I created an app to generate crontab rules from raw texts. …
If you are in the 18–44 years age group then you must have spent an inordinate amount of time tracking the CoWin or ArogyaSetu platform to book a vaccination slot but failed to make an appointment.
On 19 April 2021, the Central government of India has decided to allow everyone above 18 years to take the vaccine from 1st May 2021.
As expected, the Cowin portal and Aarogya Setu crashed on April 28th, considering a massive surge in traffic, as many people in the age group 18–45 started registering. Finding a slot on these portals seems to be challenging for…
The rise of the search engine Google, along with other freely available search engines, has made our day-to-day online search easier. As per the research, Google receives more than 1 billion health questions every day. i.e 7 percent of Google’s daily searches are health-related.
Traditionally, medicine solely relied on the discretion advised by the doctors. For example, a doctor would have to suggest suitable medicine based on a patient’s symptoms. However, this isn’t always correct. Online medicine information can increase patients’ knowledge of, competence with, and engagement in health decision-making strategies. …
Alright! In the previous article (Part 1), we saw, why PostgreSQL is so important to learn. And we have pretty much set up our environment to go ahead with some queries.
In “PART 2”, I’ll show how you can create your own database and also reveal a few common psql commands that will help you to interact with PSQL terminal faster and more effectively.
So, let’s get started.
As I had promised that, I’ll not go with any GUI throughout this series. So, Let’s open our PSQL terminal.
Databases have evolved dramatically since their inception in the early 1960s. There are many different types of databases. The best database for a specific organization depends on how the organization intends to use the data.
PostgreSQL, also known as Postgres, is the most advanced open-source relational database in the world. The fastest-growing major database has taken the second spot this year on the top database by developer preference on the 2020 Stack Overflow Developer Survey.
It is standing as the second most loved database (behind Redis).