May 7, 2010

Notes and cautions about new analytic technology

As previously noted, I headlined Aster’s Big Data Summit in Washington, DC last Thursday. More than others, that talk did reuse material I’d presented before.  I promised the audience that when I got back I’d put up a blog post linking to supporting material for the talk.

Part of the time, I talked about things I’ve written about before. For example:

I also raised a few points that I’m not finding good links for. I’ll try to cover those in future blog posts.

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