Author: Shannon Kempe

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Under the Gun – How Regulations Force Innovation

Original Air Date: June 21, 2018 The Guests Kelle O’Neal, First San Francisco Partners Evan Levy, SAS Institute Richard Tychansky, Identity Dynamics Corp About the Discussion Necessity has always been the mother of invention, and that’s especially true in the modern world of information at-scale. Personal data pervades millions of systems, posing significant risk to organizations…
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Science, Data Science, and Statistics: What’s Really Up?

Original Air Date: June 7, 2018 The Guests Dr. Lukas Egger, SAP Data Network John Thuma, Arcadia Data Dan Atkins, Optum About the Discussion Science may not be what you think! Axiomatic to the scientific method is the commitment to forever question your data, formula, presumptions, and conclusions. That’s why the best Data Scientists always keep…
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Julia, Python & R – The Rise of Jupyter Notebooks

Original Air Date: May 31, 2018 The Guests Alan Edelman, MIT, co-Founder Julia Computing Dr. Viral Shah, CEO of Julia Computing Paco Nathan, co-chair of the Jupyter Conference Martin Sykora, Nexj About the Discussion Men may be from Mars, but most modern data professionals are from Jupyter! Jupyter Notebook, that is. Out of almost nowhere, Jupyter…
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Jun 20 DM Radio Webinar: Modern Data Pipelines – Improving Speed, Governance, and Analysis

DATE: June 20, 2018, This webinar has passed. The recording will be made available On Demand within two US business days. TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees This webinar is sponsored by: About the Webinar Legacy data warehouses were built around old constraints: slow processors, expensive storage, thin pipes. Over time,…
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Jun 27 DM Radio Webinar: Where’s the Data? Let Your Data Catalog Find It

DATE: June 27, 2018 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees This webinar is sponsored by: About the Webinar The business case for effective data governance gets stronger every day. Most companies recognize the need to get a handle on data quality, lineage, policies and use. The key boils…
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Mastering Metadata: The Glue of Information Systems

Original Air Date: May 24, 2018 The Guests Bob Seiner, TDAN.com Anthony Algmin, Uturn Data Solutions Harald Smith, Syncsort About the Discussion Since the dawn of information management, one key ingredient for success has been effective metadata management. That’s more true today than ever, as information systems proliferate, with new data types and models coming into…
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Webinar: Are Data Lakes for Business Users?

Download the slides HERE>>   This Webinar was Sponsored by: About the Webinar Data lakes took root because they provided an instant sandbox for data scientists to explore raw data sourced from operational, analytical, and external systems. As data lakes have matured, organizations have begun to ask whether they can be used to support more…
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Query First, Ask Questions Later; Rinse and Repeat

Original Air Date: May 17, 2018 The Guests Dr. Jacob Melton, Devon Energy Michael Ott, Innovative Systems Nate Sandford, Datorama Joel Sehr, SQream About the Discussion When you know better, you do better. That’s a mantra most business analysts embrace, and it drives them to better understand their organization, and the world in which it…
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Protection, Privacy: Minding Your Ps and Qs with GDPR

Original Air Date: May 10, 2018 The Guests Ajay Khanna, Reltio Mitesh Shah, MapR Jean-Michel Franco, Talend Stijn Christiaens, Collibra About the Discussion The clock keeps ticking, and a whole new cadre of regulators are licking their chops at the prospect of violations to the far-reaching General Data Protection Regulation that’s coming out of the…
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Open-Source Evolution: Spark, Kafka, and More

Original Air Date: April 26, 2018 The Guests Dr. Jacob Melton, Devon Energy Louis Bajuk-Yorgan, TIBCO Kelly Stirman, Dremio Mark Shainman, Teradata About the Discussion Linus Thorvalds started the revolution decades ago by working with many colleagues to create Linux, the open-source operating system. Then, back in 1995, the Apache Web Server came onto the…
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