2021

5 Questions with Emil Eifrem

Catalog and Cocktails hosts, Juan Sequeda and Tim Gasper sat down with CEO of Neo4j, Emil Eifrem, to cover the evolution of the data landscape so far, and to speculate where it’s heading.

5 Questions with DJ Patil

The episode touched on a variety of topics including the U.S. pandemic response, using data to sow mistrust, and the ethical use of data. The following five questions are excerpted from the podcast. You can check out the entire recording here:

Last-mile governance: the key to unlocking data democratization

Connecting data to the people who need it is a lot like shipping, hooking up fiber internet or running a marathon – the last mile is always the hardest. Some data catalogs do solid work pounding the data-governance pavement for the first 25 miles of the race, but when...

Announcing new data.world Documentation Portal

Have you ever gotten stuck trying to figure out how to effectively use certain functionality in some software application? Do you remember how frustrating it was to search for guidelines and instructions required to get things done? No one can afford to stay behind,...

Three Keys for Driving Data Catalog Adoption

Data catalogs benefit everyone, but only when it becomes a core component of your data strategy. You need to be asking these three questions to drive data catalog adoption in your organization.

Does your team get value from data?

Across industries, verticals, disciplines, and geographies, there is a burning desire to be data-driven. Easier said than done though. In the most recent NewVantage Partners Big Data & AI Executive Survey (2021), only 24% of companies consider themselves...

10 Data and Analytics Predictions

Who says mid-April is too late in the year for a predictions blog? When you’re in an industry as dynamic as data and analytics, it’s important to take a step back and look at the big picture before prognosticating.  Now we’re excited to share some key trends in...

Data engineers: your knowledge bridge

I'm a bit of a juggler at heart. For the last twenty years, I've supported data engineers, scientists, and more in their line of work. And I've been everywhere from the smallest of startups, to massive data centers (some even hosting military data). If I’ve learned...