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5 Questions with Nick Schrock

5 Questions with Nick Schrock

The modern data stack is often defined by the type of technologies that exist within it. Cloud-based, open source, low/no code tools, ELT, and reverse ETL. But surely there’s more to it… isn’t there? What holds the modern data stack together and makes it the...

Is Your Data Catalog Extensible?

Is Your Data Catalog Extensible?

Modern data catalogs must be able to scale up as demand for data and knowledge grows within the enterprise. But not every catalog has that capacity – many can only scale out to multiple instances.  Data and analytics ecosystems are evolving at an amazing pace. New...

How to Write a Problem Statement for an Open Data Project

How to Write a Problem Statement for an Open Data Project

There are literally millions of datasets on the internet that are open and freely available to use. Whatever your focus, with so much data at your fingertips, it can be tempting to utilize these resources to improve your data processing skills, uncover new...

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5 Questions with Kelly Wright

5 Questions with Kelly Wright

In a relatively short time, we’ve gone from collecting and neglecting data to managing, enriching, and learning from data. We are in the age of collective data empowerment, where user-friendly apps and data ubiquity mean almost anyone can answer complex business...

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