GoDataDriven open source contribution: May 2018 edition
Welcome to the Open Source at GoDataDriven, May 2018 edition.
May's been Airflow month, probably because it was warm in Amsterdam!
Of course, last but not least, GoDataDriven sponsored and hosted PyData Amsterdam 2018! A lot of work has gone into PyData, and Vincent, Janelle, and I helped make it the success it has been! Sometime is not open source, but it's a conference about open source!
That's it for this edition! If you are a software engineer that would like to move in the data space, we have a new program, the Data Engineering Training Program.
From now until October we are hiring five software engineers, offering each of them a specialised training program. After finishing the program you’ll start working as a data engineer for us. Of course you get a permanent position from the start of the program.
You can apply by visiting this link.
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