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Open sourced integrations released, Stitch on StackShare, plus an interview with GitLab’s CEO

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August 31 · Issue #12 · View online
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// Product Updates
New Hubspot integration released
We have rebuilt our Hubspot integration from the ground up in the Singer open source project. You can look forward to a few new improvements with this change:
  • Open sourced code that you can review and contribute to on Github.
  • Table selection that allows you to replicate only the data you need.
  • New hubspot_contacts_by_company table containing contact and company ID pairs so you can tie your contacts to company info.
  • New engagements table containing all the engagements in a HubSpot portal.
  • Improved data typing and primary keys to ensure your data replicates as efficiently as possible. 
Autopilot integration released
You can now replicate all of your contact, list, and smart segment attributes using the new open sourced Autopilot integration. Review and contribute to the code on Github or check out our docs for more information
Snowflake destination of of beta
Snowflake is now generally available as a Stitch destination. Check out this blog post about how elastic scalability, cloud deployment, usage business models and more make Stitch and Snowflake a killer combination.
// Company Updates
Add Stitch to your stack on StackShare
StackShare is a website where developers can share what tools and languages they love, and companies can document what services they use to build their products and run their business.
In a few weeks we’ll be launching a story about what tools we used to build Stitch and why. In the meantime, check out Stitch’s profile and click the “I Use This” button to add us to your personal stack. 
Interview with GitLab’s CEO
Our CEO Jake Stein sat down for a “pick your brain” meeting with GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij. Check out this blog post with some of Sid’s lessons learned about driving open source adoption and how that relates to Stitch’s open source project, Singer.  
Vote for Stitch for Best Tech Startup in Philadelphia
Stitch has been named a Best Tech Startup finalist for Tech in Motion Philadelphia’s Second Annual Timmy Awards! 50% of the final score is based on number of votes. Help show your support by voting for Stitch (maximum one vote per person per day). Voting ends September 8. 
We’re hiring!
We are looking for an engineer to lead our efforts to build a vibrant community around our Singer open source data integration project. If you’re interested in interacting with Singer developers, writing new open source code, and improving existing applications, then we would love to hear from you
// Partner Updates
Looker JOIN 2017
Stitch is proud to sponsor JOIN 2017, Looker’s multi-day data conference in San Francisco from September 13 - 15. We hope to see you there!
Mode partners with Udacity on Nanodegree Program
In partnership with Mode, Udacity has launched a new Data Foundations Nanodegree Program, built for beginners who are ready to learn foundational data skills central to participation in the modern economy.
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