What is dbt Power User? The dbt Power User extension accelerates dbt development within VS Code by seamlessly integrating dbt functionalities with the editor. After installation, only VS Code is required for dbt development. With the extension, users can run model SQL code or segments of it, compile Jinja into SQL and take advantage of […]
If you’re a developer, you know how challenging and time-consuming coding can be. You have to write code that follows best practices, is readable yet functional. Your code should be documented well where needed, and easily tested. Sometimes you would have to deal with complex and changing requirements, and possibly get stuck or need some […]
dbtLabs made several impressing new releases at the recent Coalesce 2023 conference. One of them is the dbt Explorer. This functionality allows you to have a clear and visually pleasing overview of your different dbt projects, all elements within them and the different access levels.
Notebooks are widely used in data science and machine learning to develop code and present the results. Databricks notebooks facilitate real-time collaboration with colleagues, creating data science and machine learning workflows in multiple languages with built-in data visualizations. // WHAT The various possibilities that Databricks notebooks can be used for: Developing code using Python, SQL, […]
In one of our previous blogposts we discussed one of the most vital tools in the modern data stack, dbt. Once you have chosen to use dbt there are two questions that remains, which version should I use and what is the difference between the two? In this blogpost we will dive into the differences […]