Noteworthy Information
[Intermediate] What I've learned about data recently

Laurie Voss talks about the structure of data teams, based on his experience at npm and more recently Netlify. He suggests that Airflow and dbt are the data world’s equivalent of frameworks like Rails: opinionated tools that solve core problems and which mean that you can now hire people who understand how your data pipelines work on their first day on the job.

[Simple] LinkedIn Unleashes LXP

Most people think of LinkedIn as a company that offers job search, recruiting, professional networking, and marketing tools for business. Well, based on today’s announcement, the company is now much more. LinkedIn is seriously in the HR technology business and well beyond ‘just recruiting’, unleashing its Learning Experience Platform (LXP), skills taxonomy, and an important internal reorganization.

Introduction to API Economy (Open University)

This course is a university Master's level course meant for people who have not encountered API Economy as a business model before, even if they had some knowledge of APIs as technology.

Data Literacy Project

Educational courses and content to inform, equip and inspire you or your organization to use data as part of your everyday language.

A free online introduction to artificial intelligence for non-experts

The Elements of AI is a series of free online courses created by Reaktor and the University of Helsinki. We want to encourage as broad a group of people as possible to learn what AI is, what can (and can’t) be done with AI, and how to start creating AI methods. The courses combine theory with practical exercises and can be completed at your own pace.


Questions Asked
Do you know or want to learn Airtable or Pipedrive CRM?

Anyone happen to be good in Airtable (or want to learn that?) Similarly, if anyone is interested in learning Pipedrive CRM, some help is welcomed!