Saturday, December 20, 2014
It is all about the data. After being part of the IT industry for 20+ years I am convinced it is all about the data. Data is all around us and will always exist. Data is the building blocks of all information and information is used to drive our decisions. Our perceptions of the world are captured in the arrangement of the data. Hence the way we see the world is driven by the analysis of the data. We must analyze raw data, see patterns and process it into meaningful information. Data is always correct, but information derived from data can be incorrect.

Data is ever changing and keeps coming, usually faster than it can be put into your system and in great volumes from various sources (Databases, spreadsheets, csv files, mainframes, OCR files, photos, videos, log files etc…). You must gather the data that is pertinent to your enterprise; store it, and discover the hidden patterns within.

Richard Tatum
Richard E. Tatum Jr. a.k.a. CODEMANRICHARD
Software/Data Architect

Social Data - Machine Data - Transactional Data

Data Administrator - Data Analyst - Data Architect - Data Manager - Data Modeler - Data Scientist - Database Administrator - Database Developer - Information Architect

It Is All About The Data Ramblings
Boldly exploring the new frontier of Data Science
The Frontier of Data Science is so exciting. What is there not to be excited about? You have Data, Mathematics, Programming, Analysis, and the unknown all which have the potential makings of really exciting and interesting explorations.
November 23, 2014 @ 12:35 PM
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Microsoft’s Business Intelligence Stack
Since it is all about the data Business Intelligence (BI) is more import now than ever and the need will continue to grow. Microsoft’s Business Intelligence Stack provides all the tools you need to design, build and manage your BI solution.
September 30, 2014 @ 02:32 AM
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“It is all about the data” and I will be sharing some of my thoughts on programming, databases and BI periodically. I am a Microsoft guy so most of it will come from that perspective, but I will from time to time comment on other technologies as well.
September 28, 2014 @ 05:27 AM
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