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.
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 […]
When I assembled my first data science team, the term was barely getting printed in the Harvard Business Review. I had no clue that I was building a team pioneering […]
The checklist is updated for ATO 2019! All Things Open 2018 (ATO 2018), a premier open source conference, will open its doors on October 21st 2018 in the Raleigh Convention Center, […]
Yesterday, during Ignite 2018, Microsoft announced that they will integrate Apache Spark more tightly with SQL Server 2019. If you missed previous announcements around SQL Server, it now runs on […]
Apache Spark has been a game changer for distributed data processing, thanks to an easy to understand API, a focus on simplicity, and an adoption of modern infrastructure. However, rumors […]
NCDevCon is a yearly event in the Triangle, targeted for developers of all breeds, from front-end to back-end. Its origin starts in the ol’ days of Adobe ColdFusion, and thus […]
Next month, I’ll be heading to Dublin, the capital of Ireland. I have been to Ireland quite a few times – I was 3 the first time. However this time, […]