In 2023, AIDAUG will run a new edition of AI on Pi Day, inviting two IBM leaders in AI: Rob Thomas and Bill Higgins. Find out the details of this exciting event.
Data Mesh for all ages is a pragmatic book for anyone interested in data, from six months old to 127 years old.
This article lists a few resources regarding Data Mesh. I will admit that this is a biased list of resources. I tried to strictly follow the lineage initiated by Zhamak Dehghani.
With every concept comes new words: this post illustrates some of the neologism brought by the Data Mesh paradigm. Let’s explore them.
After a (too long) hiatus, DataFriday is back. The first episode of the new season was released last Friday, January 14, 2022. It focuses on defining Enterprise Architects and how they are perceived and what they really bring to the enterprise.
As AI ramifies in our society, as citizens, we need to demand explainability to guarantee trust.
In this article, I am trying to join data quality and service-level indicators in the context of data management. Since I wrote my article about the CACTAR acronym for Data […]
Giving talks and writing about tech is something I am passionate about. Why learn something if it is to keep it for yourself? This article is meant for all the […]
On September 15th, 2021, after more than 18 months, I was finally able to give a talk in person. My conference schedule did not really go down during the pandemic, […]
Drsti (pronounced drishti) is an effortless data visualization that interfaces easily with Apache Spark