Catalog & Cocktails

Where it’s always happy hour.

 

Episode 24: Escape your House of Horrors with agile data sprints

Wednesday, Oct. 28, 4:00 pm CT

Does the very idea of creating and managing new data assets keep you up at night? Do you get goosebumps just thinking about the state of your column headers?

The good news is there’s an effective way to battle your data and metadata demons. Join Tim and Juan for this spooktacular episode on agile data spirits sprints. We’ll share tips on how to create data assets using an agile, iterative, and inclusive approach.

This episode also includes:

 

  • Gory details of data and metadata management
  • Unfortunate Halloween puns
  • The corpse of traditional data governance

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Tim Gasper

Director of Product Management

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Juan Sequeda

Principal Scientist

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