Jeremy talks to us about how he leverages data to get amazing insights into what is really normal for a startup based on his firms long experience
... all we are doing is perpetuating this myth that to do security you've got to be a geek
He and I talked about his very interesting background, the need for diversity on security teams, and his passion for working with veterans.
...if your report is specifically tailored... once we have enough of those users, we can put that directly in front of them, clearly marked who it's from, but it is relevant information...
We talk to Dave about the system he’s building at Medit for organizing the immense amounts of data medical professionals need to consume.
People are finally starting to realize too while the cloud is great, it is not foolproof... and you have to have a strategy for dealing with that just as you do on your own servers.
Clark is passionate about freeing data from its constraints and breaking the silos between data that hamstring good decision.
...the only data worth looking at really is the data that's hard to get...that's really why we need to look at it...
Michael talks us through his philosophy on making the best use of data - that data is a lifestyle, not a project.
Think of it like a band. We're working together with the different disciplines to come up with the product for the user.
Fender learned from the data and created new apps like Fender Tune and Fender Play that are opening up the world of guitars to a whole new set of people.
We don't want to ask the questions that nerds like me want to know...If we did that we go bankrupt because there's one of me and there's millions of all of us.
Angela talks to us about how the new iRobot 2.0 platform is changing how iRobot builds robots, software, and does data science.