• Alix Cook

    Alix Cook

    2 weeks ago
    wrote up a little gist around how I was able to use blocks to allow for cleaning up and managing flow runs in a restrictive environment (and was able to solve the problem i described in this thread)https://gist.github.com/acookin/aa5f0d718997e7a645cbc160e2c94a16
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  • Anna Geller

    Anna Geller

    1 week ago
    Today we published: 2.4.0 release blog post @Oscar Björhn joined us on Prefect Live - you can

    watch the recording

    if you missed it!
    Thanks to Oscar for being such a great community member and for joining us today 💙
  • Saurabh Indoria

    Saurabh Indoria

    1 week ago
    Checkout how Quilt.AI used Prefect to empower its scalable & flexible ML & Data platform.https://www.prefect.io/guide/case-studies/prefect-quilt-ai/
  • Bianca Hoch

    Bianca Hoch

    1 week ago
    Posting here so that it doesn't get buried in community - Thank you @Hallen Maia for your excellent work!
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    Erik

    1 week ago
    Hi all! This is a really simple one. I’m brand new to the platform, just a few days in. I already get too many Slack notifications, so I prefer to keep app alerts/failures/exceptions in Google Chat. That way I know not to ignore it like my other slack notifications 😂 jk. It turns out the google chat JSON structure for simple text works exactly the same as the slack one, which means you can simply paste in the google chat webhook in place of the
    slack webhook
    for block/notifications in the prefect ui. If you haven’t used google chat webhooks, it’s even slightly easier than slack. https://developers.google.com/chat/how-tos/webhooks#create_a_webhook
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    Alberto de Santos

    2 weeks ago
    Hi everyone! I'd like to share with you a nice project orchestrated entirely with Prefect on top of Raspberry Pi. The project consists of an ML/AI-based football/score predictive model, running predictions for 100+ competitions across the globe, covering the entire Machine Learning end-to-end: from data acquisition, validation, model prediction/training and evaluation. I have also used the integrations with Slack (modified for Telegram) and Great Expectations for data validation/quality. In case you are interested, here is the link for the Telegram channel: t.me/alea_jacta_est_circe if you want to have a look to the predictions and results done on a daily basis with Prefect as the orchestrator engine. Hope you like it and enjoy it as much as I did integration Prefect with Raspberry Pi!
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  • Anna Geller

    Anna Geller

    5 days ago
    If you want to read more about: • the difference between tasks, flows, and subflows • when to return data 📊, state , or Prefect future 🔮 then add this post to your reading list for the week:https://medium.com/p/5eaabdfbb70e Have a great start to the new week!
    Anna Geller
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    Benjamin Cerigo

    3 days ago
    If any one is interested in how you can:1. Define Deployments in a separate repo from flows 2. Define Deployments that run any docker container and command (not just prefect flows) Here is an [experimental repo](https://github.com/datavaluepeople/prefect_deployment_experiment) that shows how. Thanks @Anna Geller and @Khuyen Tran for the support on this.
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  • Anna Geller

    Anna Geller

    3 days ago
    Recently I had one called: real-bug 😂
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