Technical Tuesday

We've all seen situations where, for whatever reason, we have more data than we need in a table and we want to deduplicate. There are plenty of reasons for this, from dodgy ingestion processes to deliberate intent. Without diving into the "why" of it all,...

It’s kind of hard keeping track of terms in the world of data. It seems like every time you turn around, there’s a new concept, idea, implementation, tool or even argument about data. To contribute to the confusion, each and every idea is given a...

Have you encountered errors trying to install older versions of dbt on your fancy, new MacBook? This could be related to compatibility issues with the new M1 CPU. Dependency packages written for Intel CPUs can cause issues preventing proper installation. But don't worry, Apple provides...

Snowflake have developed a simple command line tool that can be used to investigate snowflake connectivity issues. This tool's full name is the Snowflake Connectivity Diagnostic Tool, however it is more commonly referred to as SnowCD. If you are seeing connection issues with Snowflake, I would...

In my last blog, I showed you how to iterate through a variable to bring multiple tables into the raw layer of your data warehouse. Today, I’m going to build on that concept by creating a DIM table and performing an UPSERT. Now, to start,...

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