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Engineering and data software are overlapping fields that work closely. Although the careers in these fields have some commonalities however, they have different areas of expertise, which makes them distinct.

To manage large quantities of data and information in a large way companies require experts to collect and prepare the data to be used for further analysis. These experts are referred to as data engineers. Data engineers employ programming languages to build systems that take data from sources transform it and make it useful for other data specialists such as data scientists and Business Intelligence (BI) developers.

Data engineers take into consideration the way data is stored encrypted, protected, and stored when they design their pipelines. They might also suggest or implement ways to improve data reliability effectiveness, efficiency, and quality. They could, for instance, help end users seamlessly join data by introducing consistent IDs.

Data engineers typically create analytics applications after their ETL is completed to assist others leverage company information. This includes the creation of visualizations to show key data such as employee and customer trends or product performance, and more. They also manage and create data platforms, which employees can access via APIs or web interfaces, such as dashboards.

To accomplish this, they should be able to manage several databases and storage technologies. For instance, they could, use SQL to query relational databases and a tool like Python for more powerful and flexible ETL processes. They could also use a NoSQL data store like MongoDB that provides a flexible document-based approach for managing data.

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