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Listed in the TOP 3 Knowledge Management Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021, Catalog and Cocktails is an honest, no-bs, non-salesy conversation about enterprise data management and analytics. This is your 30-minute elixir containing everything interesting about data and metadata management, DataOps, architecture, and more. Join Juan Sequeda and Tim Gasper to explore emerging topics and hear from visionary leaders. Visit https://data.world/podcasts/ to watch and participate in the live program.
 
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ETL (Extract Transform and Load) was the SOP for data integration for 25+ years. A decade ago the introduction of data lakes pushed transformation to the end of the process and into tools like Snowflake, BigQuery, and Redshift. Now the latest chatter in the data management industry is Reverse ETL. Shouldn’t we call this LTE? Join Tim, Juan and spec…
 
Tedious, repetitive tasks are better handled by machines. Unless these tasks truly require human intelligence, repetitive tasks are often good candidates for automation. Implementing process automation can be challenging and technical. Increasingly, engineers are seeking out tools and platforms to facilitate faster, more reliable automation. In thi…
 
Tedious, repetitive tasks are better handled by machines. Unless these tasks truly require human intelligence, repetitive tasks are often good candidates for automation. Implementing process automation can be challenging and technical. Increasingly, engineers are seeking out tools and platforms to facilitate faster, more reliable automation. In thi…
 
Financial technology or fintech has always been a hot topic. This is increasingly true in recent years as disruptive companies enter the market to give better alternatives and solutions to consumers. Current is focused on creating better financial outcomes. In addition to providing banking services, their app has many tools and reminders to help us…
 
Fall summit 2021 is right around the corner!!!! Join speakers from Nationwide, ThoughtSpot and MANY MORE to discuss hot topics like Data Mesh, DataOps, and the future of data management on Sep. 29: data.world/events/summit ________________ With the hype of graph databases and knowledge graphs, a common (mis)practice is to quickly migrate your exist…
 
The dream of machines with artificial general intelligence is entirely plausible in the future, yet well beyond the reach of today’s cutting edge technology. However, a virtual agent need not win in Alan Turing’s Imitation Game to be useful. Modern technology can deliver on some of the promises of narrow intelligence for accomplishing specific task…
 
In a recent paper, Stanford professor Chuck Eesley and Notre Dame professor Yong Suk Lee observed that formal entrepreneurship education helped Stanford alumni founders raise more funding and scale more quickly than peers who received no formal entrepreneurship training. But entrepreneurship education didn’t lead to a higher rate of startup creatio…
 
A developer’s core deliverables are individual commits and the pull requests they aggregate into. While the number of lines of code written alone may not be very informative, in total, the code and metadata about the code found in tracking systems present a rich dataset with great promise for analysis and productivity optimization insights. LinearB…
 
A developer’s core deliverables are individual commits and the pull requests they aggregate into. While the number of lines of code written alone may not be very informative, in total, the code and metadata about the code found in tracking systems present a rich dataset with great promise for analysis and productivity optimization insights. LinearB…
 
Interest in autonomous vehicles dates back to the 1920s. It wasn’t until the 1980s that the first truly autonomous vehicle prototypes began to appear. The first DARPA Grand Challenge took place in 2004 offering competitors $1 million dollars to complete a 150-mile course through the Mojave desert. The prize was not claimed. Since then, rapid progre…
 
Money laundering is not a new crime. However, the growth of digital communications has greatly expanded the opportunity for money launderers to find innovative new ways to hide their true intent. Some estimates suggest it could be as high as 2-5% of the world’s GDP. Unit21 is a customizable no-code platform for risk and compliance operations. They …
 
Don't forget to register for the data.world Fall summit 2021: data.world/events We all strive to be data-driven. And yet we all instinctively know that we’re not very good at it. In fact, if you believe any number of recent surveys, it seems we may actually be getting worse at data. One reason for this is a misalignment on what success looks like. …
 
Web applications often have some sort of login system, and once a user creates an account, they have access to features anonymous users can’t see. In time, application designers will often add an admin level of access for special users. This is often a slow trickle of technical debt. Proper execution of a programmatic authorization system requires …
 
Take a deep dive into the realities of the AI and ML market landscape in the ongoing pandemic. Discover how data science can help you eliminate silos and collaborate on disparate datasets to successfully build complex models. Part 2 - https://www.impetus.com/podcasts/part-2-advanced-applications-ai-and-ml-strategies-and-best-practices Part 3 - http…
 
Demo : https://www.impetus.com/resources/webinar/cloud-engineering-data-engineering-devops/devops-360 Enterprises typically rely on numerous metrics and dashboards to monitor the health and performance of their DevOps initiatives. However, toolchain complexities make it difficult for DevOps teams to realize a consolidated view of data across applic…
 
Learn how you can seamlessly transition from rule-based to AI/ML-based learning systems to drive your growth strategy. Understand how to evaluate enterprise readiness and create a robust roadmap for AI/ML adoption in a cloud-first world. Part 3 - https://www.impetus.com/podcasts/part-3-advanced-applications-ai-and-ml-impact-and-success-stories Part…
 
Discover how AI and ML can help businesses innovate, improve customer satisfaction, and boost ROI. Explore specific analytics use cases where these technologies have played an integral role in customer success. Part 1 - https://www.impetus.com/podcasts/part-1-advanced-applications-ai-and-ml-market-landscape-and-opportunities Part 2 - https://www.im…
 
Ashley Flucas is the founder and general partner of Flucas Ventures. Based in West Palm Beach, Florida, the syndicate of around 2,000 angel investors has invested in more than 200 startups. Flucas, a graduate of Duke University and Harvard Law School, also serves as a partner at Jupiter, a Florida-based real estate finance fund with $3 billion in a…
 
As developers hone their craft, becoming more productive often means learning utilities and tools at the command line. The right combination of various parsing commands chained together through pipes can enable engineers to quickly and efficiently automate many adhoc data processing tasks. In this episode I speak with Adam Gordon Bell about some of…
 
Modern companies leverage dozens or even hundreds of software solutions to solve specific needs of the business. Organizations need to collect all these disparate data sources into a data warehouse in order to add value. The raw data typically needs transformation before it can be analyzed. In many cases, companies develop homegrown solutions, thus…
 
Modern companies leverage dozens or even hundreds of software solutions to solve specific needs of the business. Organizations need to collect all these disparate data sources into a data warehouse in order to add value. The raw data typically needs transformation before it can be analyzed. In many cases, companies develop homegrown solutions, thus…
 
An application network is a way to connect applications, data and devices through APIs that expose some or all of their assets and data on the network. That network allows other consumers from other parts of the business to come in and discover and use those assets (mulesoft.com). The company Tetrate provides the tools necessary for a highly effici…
 
A software engineer will make many mistakes on their career journey. In time, engineers learn to make smaller mistakes, recognize them faster, and build with appropriate guardrails. The demands of delivering software in a timely and efficient fashion often demands developers carefully optimize tradeoffs to deliver solutions to the problems at hand.…
 
By most accounts, the first databases came on line in the 1960s. This class of software has continued to evolve alongside the technology it runs on and the applications it supports. In the early days, databases were typically closed source commercial products. Today, databases run in the cloud on distributed systems. Increasingly, the leading tools…
 
Instabase is a technology platform for building automation solutions. Users deploy it onto their own infrastructure and can leverage the tools offered by the platform to build complex workflows for handling tasks like income verification and claims processing. In this episode we interview Anant Bhardwaj, founder of Instabase. He describes Instabase…
 
Instabase is a technology platform for building automation solutions. Users deploy it onto their own infrastructure and can leverage the tools offered by the platform to build complex workflows for handling tasks like income verification and claims processing. In this episode we interview Anant Bhardwaj, founder of Instabase. He describes Instabase…
 
The Israeli Tech Radar is an opinionated map of the latest technologies and trends in the Israeli tech industry. Now in its fifth edition, the Tech Radar was built in collaboration with Monday, Wix, Riskified, Netapp, Tabula, and other tech companies. Lior Kanfi is the CEO of Tikal. In this episode, we interview Lior about the Tech Radar as well as…
 
You can’t get from your home to the grocery simply by owning a car. You have to actually drive the vehicle to get to a place that delivers value. Sounds obvious right? But we don’t instinctively think this way when it comes to data. We focus so much on tools, processes, and architectures, but we don’t talk enough about actually using the data. This…
 
This episode is hosted by Kyle Polich of the Data Skeptic podcast. We’re glad to welcome Kyle to the Software Daily team. Becoming a contributor to an existing software project can be a daunting task for an engineer. A common convention is to add a README file to your repository to serve as a trailhead which gives new visitors step by step instruct…
 
Jon Zieger is a co-founder and the executive director of Responsible Innovation Labs, a nonprofit working to create tools and standards to help innovative companies scale responsibly. He was previously the general counsel of Stripe, where he built and oversaw the company’s legal, compliance, public policy, and corporate security functions and helpe…
 
Whether organizing projects, working from home, or conducting business, you need to use many necessary apps and cloud services to do the job. Despite these apps being necessary, switching between them and keeping them interconnected and updated is a challenge. They very easily become disorganized which makes using them less efficient. The company C…
 
Kubernetes is an open source container orchestration service released by Google in 2014. It has quickly grown into a platform with a huge community of enthusiasts and professionals. Besides becoming the de facto standard for container orchestration, it has fostered an ecosystem of related tools and services with increasing power and sophistication …
 
Shinji Kim is Founder and CEO of Select Star. In this episode we discuss data discovery and more. This interview was also recorded as a video podcast. Check out the video on the Software Daily YouTube channel. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com The post Data Discovery with Shinji Kim appeared first on Software Engineering D…
 
Shinji Kim is Founder and CEO of Select Star. In this episode we discuss data discovery and more. This interview was also recorded as a video podcast. Check out the video on the Software Daily YouTube channel. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com The post Data Discovery with Shinji Kim appeared first on Software Engineering D…
 
We all want to get more value from our data, right? So should we wrangle it, prep it, classify it, mine it, or model it? Then once we’ve got our data squared away, should we do prescriptive or predictive analytics? And does that require real-time or just-in-time data? If we had a nickel for every buzzword we hear, we could afford far better podcast…
 
ETL stands for “extract, transform, load” and refers to the process of integrating data from many different sources into one location, usually a data warehouse. This process has become especially important for companies as they use many different services to collect and manage data. The company Grouparoo provides an open source framework that helps…
 
In the late 1970s a printer at MIT kept jamming, resulting in regular pileups of print jobs in the printer’s queue. To solve this problem, some computer scientists wrote a software program that alerted every user in the backed up queue “The printer is jammed, please fix it.” When a man named Richard Stallmen was refused a copy of the program code, …
 
Google uses automated programs called spiders, or crawlers, to index and rank web pages. Then, when a user searches for something, it uses a special algorithm to determine the order of results to display (howstuffworks). This process, of course, applies to web pages on the internet. There are 2 major projects, worked on by the company Edge & Node, …
 
Application security is usually done with a set of tools and services known as SIEM – Security Information and Event Management. SIEM tools usually try to provide visibility into an organization’s security systems, as well as event log management and security event notifications. The company Panther takes traditional SIEM security a step further. P…
 
“In October 1958, Physicist William Higinbotham created what is thought to be the first video game. It was a very simple tennis game, similar to the classic 1970s video game Pong, and it was quite a hit at a Brookhaven National Laboratory open house” (aps.org). 63 years have passed, and video games are prolific. The company Pragma provides a backen…
 
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