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January 21, 2021
Last year, pins got released as a brand new R package to pin, discover and cache remote resources for R users. This package has matured to support many use cases; from caching remote URLs, and easily sharing datasets with other R users, to building automated pipelines.
This talk will introduce the pinsjs project, a cross-language community project which has the goal of bringing pins to the broader open source community to enable rich workflows across larger data-driven teams.
Javier Luraschi and Irene Steves Q&A 1
Javier Luraschi and Irene Steves Q&A 2
Javier is the author of “Mastering Spark with R”, pins, sparklyr, mlflow and torch. He holds a double degree in Math and Software Engineer and decades of industry experience with a focus on data analysis. Javier is currently working on a project of his own; and previously worked in RStudio, Microsoft Research and SAP.