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IndexError: list index out of range in using fetch_pandas_all() on Snowflake

Ah, my favorite type of error: sporadic! A day days we started getting failures when using fetch_pandas_all() against Snowflake. The query was a basic 'SELECT *' against an analytical data set. Here is the trace: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/Users/david/path/test/main.py", line 31, in <module> df = cs.fetch_pandas_all() File "/Users/david/path/.scriptenv/lib/python3.8/site-packages/snowflake/connector/cursor.py", line 978, in fetch_pandas_all... Continue Reading →

Does Your Title Reflect Your Position in Data Warehouse Development?

I’ve been working in the realm of data for a long time. During that time, companies have evolved titles and job descriptions. Sometimes those titles can be confusing, however. For the longest time, I was called a Data Warehouse Analyst, but I was actually doing more hands-on development than analyzing. That sometimes became problematic when... Continue Reading →

Why is data governance important?

Today, we're featuring a guest blogger. Kimberly Miles is a seasoned IT Leader with 10+ years of specialized experience overseeing technical program and data product management, driving product vision, strategy, and innovation.  One of the obstacles to managing data is justifying why a data strategy is essential.  For data-obsessed people like me, data governance is... Continue Reading →

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