Category: Business Intelligence

Compare The Market – Data Science vs Analytical Skills

Tweet“You can have data without information, but you cannot have information without data.” – Daniel Keys Moran By far, from my experience it is essential to build your argument/position having a supportive data at hand, we can’t just win the…

SQL Server 2016 Data Discovery Day – sessions and photos

TweetWe must admit that SQL server 2016 Data Discovery day was a successful event with a valuable feedback that we have received from the attendees. Here is the link to download sessions and photos from that day. Later I will…

Data Science – build your skill with problem-solving, communication, curiosity and knowledge in data platform

TweetIn the flurry of recent posts about data science topic I have had feedback about what kind of skillset is required for a Data Scientist, so here is the extract. If you want to compete and be intelligent, then it…

SQL Server 2016 ‘It Just Runs Faster’

TweetIt will need guts to release such a statement, that too announcement about SQL Server 2016 – it just runs faster. Not a simple statement for marketing purpose, but real-world improvements and hard-work efforts made the new version 2016 as…

SQL Server 2016 general availability and discovery day

TweetIn another few days time SQL Server 2016 (RTM) will be available for the users and officially supported within the production environments. 2016 version is the first database born in the cloud, a new innovation in the world of data platform. There…

Data Algorithms – key concepts and ways to change the business

TweetIn mathematics and computer science, an algorithm ( i/ˈælɡərɪðəm/ AL-gə-ri-dhəm) is a self-contained step-by-step set of operations to be performed. Algorithms perform calculation, data processing, and/or automated reasoning tasks. Everyday one must need some calculations and reasoning to lead their…