Redshift is quickly taking its place as the world's most popular solution for dumping obscene amounts of data into storage. It's nice to see good services flourish while clunky Hadoop-based stacks of yesterdecade suffer a long, painful death. Regardless of whether you're in data science, data engineering, or analysis, it's only a matter of time before all of us work with the world's most popular data warehouse.
While Redshift's rise to power has been deserved, the unanimous popularity of any service can cause problems... namely, the knowledge gaps that come with defaulting to any de facto industry solution. Most of