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Python 3 Script for Generating SQL Insert Statements from CSV Data

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This Python 3 script is designed to take CSV file data pasted into the csv_data variable and generate SQL insert statements that can be used to insert the data into a MySQL database. The script is easy to use and can save you a lot of time when working with large amounts of data.

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2023-05-08 (first published: )

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The Art of Data Ingestion - Part 1

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Data movement is a fundamental piece of a data engineer’s duties, and recently I’ve been thinking about the art of data movement. What are some of the most important pieces that a data engineer needs to think about when confronted with data ingestion? There is of course data exporting as well, and in that case, […]

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2022-11-11

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