Has anybody read/seen content related to <https://...
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Has anybody read/seen content related to https://www.linkedin.com/posts/catherinenelson1_software-engineering-for-data-scienti[…]790484377600-sGlp?utm_source=share&amp;utm_medium=member_desktop? I'd expect a lot of principles to be addressed by Kedro, but I don't have the book, so I'm just curious.
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I think @Jo Stichbury help reviewing the book and she is a friend of @Antony Milne
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Indeed! Both of us reviewed the book last year: it's really good. It would be wonderful to have Catherine create a course for Kedro based on her book (with some kind of tie in, anyway) but when @Antony Milne and I discussed it a while ago, she was busy with the authoring and hadn't thought beyond completing the book. Maybe worth a revisit!
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It would be wonderful to have Catherine create a course for Kedro based on her book
As a starting point, I think it would be great for people who read something like this to know that there's a framework that can help implement a lot of the principles!
j
As a starting point, I think it would be great for people who read something like this to know that there's a framework that can help implement a lot of the principles!
That's exactly why I was a reviewer 😆 You can be sure I nudged the word Kedro into every chapter in my comments (but I don't know how many were accepted!) I'll look at the online version (and when I get my paper copy, I'll highlight each and every one as evidence of my contribution ✏️
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Not too bad -- a few mentions, including a link directly into the docs. I've checked through each and they all work too.
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Other O'Reilly books that mention Kedro include "Dead Simple Python" and "Rewired".
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That's quite a lot of mentions, nice!!