Watch the video of this episode: https://youtu.be/LZHB6wcAUdg
Memorable Quotes from the Episode:
[00:26:52] "... if the Data science community worked more closely with the Data management community, I think we can, you know, let's stamp out wrangling or at least munching. Let's stamp out munching at least in our lifetime, since so many of those issues that people spend time on could be solved in the Data management side of the house. They may even have that data. I don't know how many times I learned at DB even at DB, where people were just like kind of starting over looking at something, it's like, you know, there's an existing list somewhere."
Highlights of the Show:
[00:01:29] Guest Intro
[00:03:42] Where'd you grow up? What was it like there?
[00:05:07] How did you get education in the United Nations School?
[00:07:06] How how did you get into Data?
[00:07:54] What was the first job you had?
[00:09:52] How did you end up learning about "Data"?
[00:12:56] What are the four Cs you talk about in your book?
[00:13:37] How have databases transformed from the time you started working on it?
[00:29:31] What would be the first thing you do to help your organization start on a path to creating a Data strategy?
[00:46:02] Random Round
[00:46:07] It's one hundred years in the future. What do you want to be remembered for?
[00:47:22] When do you think the first video to hit one trillion views on YouTube. Will happen and what will it be about?
[00:48:41] So what are you currently reading?
[00:48:57 What's something that you watch recently?
[00:50:36] What about music? What do you got on repeat?
[00:51:15] What makes you cry?
[00:56:10] What talent would you show off in a talent show?
[00:58:28] What are you interested in that most people haven't heard of?
[00:58:43] What's your earliest memory?
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