A couple of posts back I shared a sneak-peak of my webinar on data security for data monetization initiatives. That was one of many sessions we’ve ran for APAC as Protegrity entered that market in 2018. All sessions had been recorded and now I’m happy to say we’ve published excerpts of those videos on youtube. There are bits on Big Data protection, best security practices for analytical workflows, sessions on hybrid- and multi-cloud environments, as well as spotlights on specific technologies (AWS S3, OneDrive, Salesforce, Elastic Map Reduce, Tableau). The videos are 2- to 7-minute-long and go straight to the demo. I do sympathise with those of you that don’t have the time or patience to sit through a one hour webinar – I hope you like this compact format. Check out the playlist below and get to know the superpowers of Protegrity tech!
Last Thursday evening I had the opportunity to talk about Hadoop at a Glolent Global Talent community virtual meetup. Glolent connects remote IT workers across the globe and facilitates skill-sharing sessions that any member can join or present at...
I’m just back from Scotland where – besides having some lovely time hanging out with friends – I attended the annual Lands of Loyal (LOL) Data Science conference in Alyth. The event is an informal get together for the Data Science & Business Intelligence graduates from the Dundee University. This time my talk was among those selected for the day: I decided to rework my last blog post on Personally Identifiable Data (and not!) to a 20-minute presentation and packed it with questions (some of which I cannot answer) in regard to our identity on the web.
I will be at the Oracle Code conference on the 6th of June in Brussels, redefining fun with Python on Oracle database. The idea is to live demo working with tables, handling JSON files, (new) spatial data queries, data visualisation, and a couple of good practices of database application development with Python.
There will be snakes, ridiculous maps, and misbehaving queries. Come if you’re in town, it’s gonna be #phun