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Tim Negris commented on Vincent Granville's blog post What MapReduce can't do
"Great article.  Hadoop is good for lots of things and the only reasonable choice for some things, but it's credibility is only hurt when it is used or promoted for the things it can't do.  You do the entire Hadoop community a…"
Feb 4, 2013
Tim Negris commented on John Wallace's blog post Assessing ability to "sight-read" data; EDA
"Interesting parallel between data science and music. Perhaps your purpose could be served expediently in an interview situation with a few pages of SQL or JASON metadata and other information about a new dataset. Most good analysts/scientists I…"
Dec 25, 2012
Bill Luker Jr commented on Tim Negris's blog post Full employment through inefficiency?
"Spot on, Vincent.  My take is that IT-dominated thinking about analytics is the major barrier to making analytics a go-to discipline for business and government executives.  Forget programming.  Whatever happened to thinking,…"
Dec 29, 2011
Tim Negris commented on Tim Negris's blog post Full employment through inefficiency?
"I agree with you both.  To Richard's point, I routinely talk to analysts who are frustrated by the amount of time they must spend in iterative process with IT just to get the data they need to analyze.  And, to Vincent's, nearly…"
Dec 20, 2011
Richard Hren commented on Tim Negris's blog post Full employment through inefficiency?
"I agree with Vincent. There is a profound danger in confuding the role of an analyst with that of a technology enabler of analysis. The roles of programmer, DBA, data extractor and storer can certainly aid in the productity equation. These folks…"
Dec 19, 2011
Tim Negris posted a blog post

Full employment through inefficiency?

 According to the recent landmark McKinsey Big Data study, by 2018 one in two US jobs requiring deep analytical skills will go unfilled, and there will also be an under-served demand for 1.5 million business managers and analysts “who can ask the right questions and consume the results of the analysis of big data effectively.”McKinsey and others see it simply and singly as a labor shortage problem…See More
Dec 19, 2011

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Short Bio:
Technology executive with lengthy experience in software development tools, database, networking, social media, cloud computing, mobile apps, and other enabling technologies for enterprise, SMB and public sector customers. Coined the term and contributed to the concepts underlying the “Thin Client” computing model. Currently VP Marketing at 1010data, a leading Big Data Analytics platform.
Field of Expertise:
Business Analytics, Data Mining, Marketing Databases, Operations Research, Web Analytics, Vizualization, Artificial Intelligence, Other
Professional Status:
VP, Executive Management
Interests:
Networking, Recruiting, Other
What is your Favorite Data Mining or Analytical Website?
http://www.analyticbridge.com/
What Other Analytical Website do you Recommend?
http://www.allanalytics.com/
Your Company:
1010data
Industry:
Technology
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Full employment through inefficiency?

Posted on December 19, 2011 at 12:00pm 4 Comments

 

According to the recent landmark McKinsey Big Data study, by 2018 one in two US jobs requiring deep analytical skills will go unfilled, and there will also be an under-served demand for 1.5 million business managers and analysts “who can ask the right questions and consume the results of the analysis of big data effectively.”

McKinsey and others see it…

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