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What is a DAG?

It stands for a Directed Acyclic Graph and is the basis of Airflow, Prefect, and Dagster.

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Lately I’ve spent a lot of time researching different orchestration tools to use within a data stack that I’m building at. I’ve been looking at Airflow, Dagster, and Prefect to name a few.

As someone who has never used one of these tools before, it was a bit confusing reading through documentation. I mean how many times…

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