10 days ago

The Dashboard Never Lies

The lie detector (aka #polygraph) is back in the news. The name polygraph is based on the fact that the device can record and display several things at once. Like a dashboard.In the 1920s, a young American physiologist named John Larson devised a vers…

10 days ago

Dark Data

At @imperialcollege this week to hear Professor David Hand talk about his new book on Dark Data.Some people define dark data as unanalysed data, data you have but are not able to use, and this is the definition that can be found on Wikipedia. The earli…

13 days ago

Belief #7 Best architectures keep together what is common and separate what is not

Have you ever wondered, what the grand old principle of separating concerns really means? There are many concerns! Yet in our mind separating concerns is imperative for creating simple and flexible architectures. Let’s have a look at the following example: Someone in my organisation suggest that we solve our data sourcing problems by having all…

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