Each month I'll be taking a trip down memory lane and showcasing some classic data posts. Some of these might be your 'go-to' resources already, others may offer some new insight or ideas.
Let's jump into the posts!
Our first classic post is from Lucas who has written a complete guide to relational databases. This excellent resource covers everything from keys to queries and sorting to security.
Lucas has been writing on Dev since 2018 and has covered NoSQL databases as well. Check out both posts for a complete guide to database technology.
Next, we have Seattle Data Guy and some excellent insight on creating a great dashboard. If you read data posts here on Dev regularly you've probably seen Ben's brilliant posts on data engineering, pipelines, and the future of technology.
Our next post is from Lisa and an introduction to Elasticsearch. This was published in Septemeber 2020 but quickly became the go-to guide for Elasticsearch. Check out more of Lisa's posts for beginner-friendly guides.
Next we have Abdisalan with a post on pagination. Abdisalan has also written about BigQuery, MongoDB, and tackling SQL interview questions with plenty of tips for developers using data.
Margo and the HarperDB team have written a huge collection of posts covering all business intelligence, data lakes, database storage, and more. Give them a follow for more on the world of data!
That's all for this month! For more from the Data Community check out the #sql, #postgres, #mysql, and #database tags, and follow @TheDatabaseDev on Twitter.