September 18, 2018• 8 minute read
Customer Success Analyst
A few weeks ago, Google announced a new feature, Dataset Search, that aims to make it easier for anyone to discover public datasets. Journalists, analysts, and data nerds will likely find Dataset Search useful: it uses metadata to help people discover different versions of a dataset and publications that reference it.
August 16, 2018• 5 minute read
If your company is one of the thousands using Salesforce on a daily basis, their customer-relations management (CRM) tool is a treasure-trove of information for your business. This data provides a window into your potential and actual customers— which helps explain why it's one of the first third-party tools we see Mode customers integrating with their data warehouses.
July 25, 2018• 2 minute read
Product Marketing Manager
We are always looking for ways to improve Mode. Sometimes this means adding completely new features, but other times this means taking a close look at all of the little details that make up the every day Mode experience, and figuring out how to make it even better. This quarter, we have been steadily pushing out subtle improvements to refine and perfect the way Mode works. Here is a quick rundown of some of our favorites.
March 19, 2018• 2 minute read
The collection and analysis of user data by software companies is key part of the product development process. User data is valuable to more than just the company collecting it; it's valuable to the users themselves, too.
December 18, 2017• 4 minute read
Data Science Evangelist
This year's annual AWS re:Invent conference was full of exciting product announcements. From long-awaited crowd-pleasers such as Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS) to more unexpected delights such as Serverless Aurora, AWS customers have a lot to look forward to in the upcoming year. You can find an exhaustive list of announcements here.
November 29, 2017• 7 minute read
A few months ago, Stack Overflow confirmed what many people have been predicting for years, and crowned Python king of the software jungle. According to the results of their 2017 survey, Python is currently both the fastest-growing language and the most visited Stack Overflow tag.