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Data Engineers provide an important bridge between data analysts and information. They provide tools that transform data into a useful format. They also develop data pipelines that assist in collecting, processing and storing data. Other possible duties include testing data management systems, researching new ways of improving data acquisition, integrating new data management applications into existing systems, and creating/installing effective disaster recovery procedures. Data Engineers typically work in a fast-paced office alongside a team of other professionals, including data architects and data analysts. They average 50-hour weeks and may be required to work over the weekend or late into the night. Most Data Engineers have a degree in software engineering or a related IT field and are skilled in several programming languages including SQL, Python and Ruby.
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Toronto's diverse population consists of a rich mix of cultures. In addition to local attractions like the CN Tower and Old City, Toronto offers hundreds of restaurants, museums and theaters. Getting around the city is easy. During the warmer months, many residents prefer to walk or drive to their destination. Toronto also has an effective public transit system that helps cut down on average commute times.