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TypeScript Types from Class Properties

Engineering 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2022-01-06

"Use TypeScript to compute types from complex Objects"

Enabling CI/CD with Grouparoo Cloud

Product Engineering 

Pedro S Lopez

Pedro S Lopez on 2021-12-21

"Grouparoo's developer tooling enables a git workflow on your Reverse ETL project."

Use App Refresh to run Grouparoo with dbt

Data Engineering 

Teal Larson

Teal Larson on 2021-12-14

"Learn more about using App Refresh Queries to trigger schedules and learn how to integrate this feature with a dbt project."

Grouparoo v0.7 release

Product Engineering 

Brian Leonard

Brian Leonard on 2021-10-24

"Grouparoo's v0.7 release brings Models and better handling of invalid data."

NextJS and Managing Your Data

Engineering 

Krishna Glick

Krishna Glick on 2021-10-15

"NextJS is not a single point of entry application."

What is Operational Analytics?

Engineering Data 

Andy Jih

Andy Jih on 2021-09-08

"Learn about how operational analytics makes data engineers' lives easier while powering experimentation and growth for user-facing teams."

Grouparoo v0.6 release

Product Engineering 

Brian Leonard

Brian Leonard on 2021-09-03

"Grouparoo's v0.6 release brings deletion and dynamic data calculations."

What is Customer Data Integration?

Engineering 

Teal Larson

Teal Larson on 2021-08-25

"Looking to learn more about customer data integration? The Grouparoo experts will walk you through everything you need to know."

Running a Node app on both IPv4 and IPv6

Engineering 

Evan Tahler

Evan Tahler on 2021-08-16

"Grouparoo can speak IPv4 and IPv6 - Here's how we did it."

ETL vs ELT Explained

Engineering Data 

Brian Leonard

Brian Leonard on 2021-08-04

"ETL and ELT are two approaches to getting data into a usable form for analysis and use. Let's explore the differences."

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