Month: June 2019

Creating Avro schemas for Pipeline Designer with Pipeline Designer

I have had the privilege of playing with and following the progress of Pipeline Designer for a while now. I am really excited about this new tool. If you haven’t seen it yet, then don’t delay and get your free trial now…..actually, maybe read this blog first 😉  Pipeline Designer is an incredibly intuitive, web-based, […]

Finding Patterns in Data with Talend

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The main purpose of machine learning is to perform learning tasks on unseen data sets, having previously built up experience using training and testing data. Often those tasks can include looking for patterns and relationships between variables within the data. In supervised learning, one of the three main types of machine learning, we will have some idea of the types of input […]

Seacoast Bank is banking on higher-quality data

Seacoast Bank is banking on higher quality data

Chartered in 1926, Seacoast Bank is the operating subsidiary of Seacoast Banking Corporation of Florida, which is one of the largest community banks headquartered in the state.    Seacoast Bank relies heavily on data to be able to provide customers the best solution for their needs, and to develop a deeper understanding of who customers are and how they want to work […]

Making Sense of the Tableau and Looker Acquisitions

We all know that data is important and that becoming a data-driven enterprise is critical to future enterprise success. But recent events threw into sharp relief just how critical data is to business. Google announced its intention to buy Looker for $2.6 billion dollars. Several days later, Salesforce announced that it would be purchasing Tableau […]