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February 28, 2023
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The Stream — February 2023 edition

Build a simple event-driven system to get ML predictions with Python and Apache Kafka

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Build a simple event-driven system to get ML predictions with Python and Apache Kafka

ML predictions with Python and Apache Kafka.

Our CTO Tomas Neubauer has put together a tutorial for you to learn how to continuously stream email records from a CSV file, get an ML inference for each record, and then stream the results back to a new Kafka topic.

Dig into the tutorial

Kafka Summit agenda now public

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The Apache Kafka and data streaming community will converge in London for another Kafka Summit. The line-up this year looks excellent. There will also be a pre-conference Hackathon to look forward to. Our CTO Tomas Neubauer will also be on stage on the second day to talk about a case study in cyclist crash detection. Hope to see you there!

Take a look at the line-up

More news and insights

  • Stream Processing vs Real-time OLAP vs Streaming Database - Read more
  • The MAD (Machine Learning / AI / Data) Landscape. Quix has been included. Take a look
  • David Heinemeier Hansson reckons 37Signals will save $7mil in cloud costs by moving off the cloud (Clexit™️) - Read more

Meme of the Month

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Our SRE Lajos Nagy on our recent team trip to the Czech mountains 😆

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