r/ETL

8k members
r/ETL is a subreddit with 8k members. Its distinguishing qualities are that the community is medium in size.
This subreddit is for discussions about ETL / pipelines / workflow systems / etc...

Popular Themes in r/ETL

#1
Solution Requests
: "Python ETL framework"
4 posts
#2
Advice Requests
: "Optimal Way To Enforce DataTypes"
2 posts
#3
Self-Promotion
: "Looking to learn more about ELT/ETL operations in PostgreSQL? Check out my course on LinkedIn Learning. If you have a LinkedIn account, DM me and I can send you a link to try the course for free on LinkedIn directly. Comments & feedback always appreciated, and always here for questions!"
2 posts

Popular Topics in r/ETL

#1

Etl

: "Assessing the Impact and Rationale of Implementing Slowly Changing Dimensions (SCDs) in the Bronze Layer of Etl and Data Warehousing"
47 posts
#2

Data

39 posts
#3

Dbt

14 posts
#4

Python

: "Python ETL framework"
8 posts
#5

Datastage

7 posts
#6

Airflow

7 posts
#7

Pipeline

6 posts
#8

Testing

4 posts
#9

Talend

: "Can learning Talend help get foot into data engineering space or Talend is thing of past? "
4 posts
#10

Postgres

: "Overcoming Pitfalls of Postgres Logical Decoding"
4 posts

Member Growth in r/ETL

Daily
+3 members(0.0%)
Monthly
+90 members(1.1%)
Yearly
+880 members(11.7%)

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