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I am currently in the works of designing, building and extending an CRM/MRP system for production lines.
But for some reason I cant seem to find ANY modern sources, papers, books, forums, threads for context on this topic. It’s as if this topic doesn’t exist.
(One thing to point out is that there are sources for business wise analytics but am looking design wise)
I am starting to think that i am not googling it correctly (what a boomer).
Do you have any magic sources, captains of devrant?13
I graduate college in December and I got my first fulltime job offer today! I've been working in my university's oit department for 3 semesters, lol most of rants are about that job. I guess a lot of my frustration stemmed from being capable but hitting a wall in the sort of things I worked on. I didnt feel like I was growing and had no avenues to express concerns/feedback towards the end. Plus the job was not one where they could give me a job after graduation, so I just felt unseen and discardable day to day.
But turns out this job worked out for me! There's an opening in a whole other division that does api development and data warehousing with Snowflake/Attacama and they want me specifically for it. If the benefits/pay ends up being decent, I'm leaning towards accepting it.
My team has a Database Admin 2 position open on the Arvest Career site. We are looking for someone with Data Warehousing/Data Integration background with SQL Server, ETL, SSIS, or equivalent. Also looking for a physical DBA with background in SQL Server, performance tuning, partitioning, DR/HA, Database migrations, dB refresh, dB restore, building out clusters.
I hate pl-sql and data warehousing. For this project we're extracting from source tables using a generic method equal for every student, changing the data and then copying to a table for analytics.
Everyone's project is fine. Mine occupies 90mb and exceeds the quota already. Delivery due in 2 days... So much for that cs grad. FML.
Tomorrow I'll be doing my last CS exam (Data Warehousing, somebody shoot me). I'm pumped to dive in on that Android certification course I was awarded by udacity.
However I'll probably need to move to the capital or a bigger city to get a proper career on what I like. Small towns suck. Anyone else had this experience?1
Is there a community about infrastructures? or data warehousing? Trying to find solutions for current projects, but don't have anyone for asking questions.
I am dev working on data warehousing. Want to switch to autonomous vehicle industry as a vision engineer.
How to start ?
PS: I did projects on CV during my BE days(2016) and won a gold medal in that.
Interviewed for a job. Said that the colleague in charge of data engineering picked MSSQL Server for data warehousing, and that I had to write a plugin for that.
Interviewer - experienced in all things data - chuckled as soon as I said Microsoft.
Really need help to upskill as a data engineer. Are there any free sample databases data out there with practice questions to upskill as one? I wanna learn database design, data lake and data warehousing skills... I don't know if I'm asking the right questions but if I'm not making sense, please help me out!