Professional opportunities within data engineering are many. From major Silicon Valley tech companies to small startups to healthcare systems, the data engineer helps businesses scale and make the most of their data resources. They are more micro-focused while Software Engineers look at things from a macro perspective. Their role is ideal for individuals that want to gain experience with machine learning, big data, and building data pipelines.
Data analysts don't need to have advanced coding skills but have experience with analytics software, data visualization software, and data management and also have different levels of programming experience, though this isn't always reflected in their titles.
Getting started in Data Engineering
Role of Data Engineers vs Software Engineers
How much coding is required as a Data Engineer
What's Next after for a Data Engineer
I am an experienced Data Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. I have exposure to working with Data from various sectors like aviation, pharma, banking, fintech & retail.
My skills are in BigData technologies and Data Visualization tools like Hadoop, Spark, SparkStreaming, HBase, Hive, Sqoop, Kafka, Datastax Cassandra, Datastax Studio, ElasticSearch, Grafana, Kibana with a good grasp on Java, Python, C++ , Core Data Structures & Algorithms, Django, REST API and Databases.
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