The social network for data people

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Ian Greenleigh
@be3d · Head of Brand, data.world
Golden Kitty Awards dataset! https://data.world/producthunt/2...
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Joe Boutros
@contextjunkie · Dir of Product Engineering at data.world
Hey Hunters! Joe from data.world here. As a special treat for you, we've compiled the most comprehensive PH dataset ever released.(https://data.world/producthunt/p...). 2 years of posts, votes, taglines, and more! Dig in - we can't wait to see what insights you find! And a bit about the platform... We're all about helping data people solve problems faster… See more
Ian Greenleigh
@be3d · Head of Brand, data.world
FB LIVE in 30! @contextjunkie will take us on a wild ride through our top 5 features, and answer your questions. I'm trying to get him to wear a black turtleneck but no promises. See you soon! https://www.facebook.com/datadot...
Andrew Ward
@andrewaward · Product
Awesome product, this is like a github for data! Curious how you've thought about the opportunity to accelerate learning for the next generation of people just starting to get into the data world.
Jonathan Ortiz
@tweetsbyortiz · Data Scientist, data.world
The post-truth world in which we seem to have found ourselves is pretty scary. So I'm happy we're doing what we're doing to enable evidence-based solutions to the world's problems.
Mike Coutermarsh
@mscccc · Code @ Product Hunt
Hey @contextjunkie! I'm not familiar with SPARQL - How's it different from sql? Do people need to know it to use dataworld? Also - saw dwsql, which syntax already looks very familiar/identical to sql. What are the differences? What's each used for?