So, the POC is in full swing and I have to say, even without the use cases we are pretty sold on the platform. We came in with a problem oriented feature document (See: Pragmatic Marketing Process). This document outlined the use cases that we wanted the POC to solve for. Problem At Shiftkey, our […]
The setup was super quick and easy. Once that was done, I decided to give it some time before I did an in-depth analysis of the tool. The product gives you a notification that the system may take some time to train all the models and learn how your data architecture works. I surprised at […]
As we walk through the POC with Monte Carlo, I am going through the implementation. Here are my notes. It was truly very easy to set up and Im usually skeptical when a sales person tells me its only going to take x minutes to set it up. This was actually pretty simple and didn’t […]
A modern data stack has a number of components that you can’t live without. Until about a month ago, I’m really embarrassed to say that I never considered or even thought about data observability. Maybe the concept in a different form, like “notification and monitoring”. But after my discussion with my friends over at Monte […]
For the last couple of years, I have been a Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at a successful communications company. When I arrived in the role, it was my first time at the C-Suite level. I didn’t really know what to expect so I read, learned and connected with other CTOs to understand the role. I […]
Some people say that college degrees don't matter. I somewhat agree, with one exception.
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