Upcoming Events

September 29, 2020
  • 🛠 LO Tool Talk - Great Expectations

    September 29, 2020  3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    https://trove.zoom.us/j/939602920?pwd=VG92bDFXb05

    In this week's office hours, Sam Bail from Great Expectations will talk about pipeline testing and how Great Expectations helps data teams eliminate pipeline debt through data testing, documentation, and profiling. As usual, we'll have lots of time for community-led Q&A so *you* can guide the discussion around why you might use it, how GE differs from similar testing frameworks, and how it works in the wild. 

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October 13, 2020
  • Hold - ☕️ LO Meetup - Our Next Blog Post

    October 13, 2020  3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    https://trove.zoom.us/j/939602920?pwd=VG92bDFXb051OGlvZ1E1OHhRTVFvZz09

    The LO team will lead a conversation about our as-yet-unpublished next blog post. More details to come (spoiler - it will be about leading data teams, agile methodologies, and making your work more valuable - you know, like all of our content 😂).

    Hope to see you then!

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October 27, 2020
  • 🛠 LO Tool Talk - Census

    October 27, 2020  3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    https://trove.zoom.us/j/939602920?pwd=VG92bDFXb051OGlvZ1E1OHhRTVFvZz09

    Boris Jabes from Census will talk about moving data back out of your data warehouse and into the tools your teams use every day.  As usual, we'll have lots of time for community-led Q&A so *you* can guide the discussion around why you might use it, the new dbt integration, and how it works in the wild. 

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Caitlin is Head of Analytics at Trove Recommerce, where she helps brands create circular retail models at scale – buying back and reselling their products to extend their useful life. She previously led data teams in crowdfunding and self-publishing. When she’s not optimizing single-item pricing or operations, she’s usually drinking a cup of tea and watching her chickens peck around the back yard.

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