In a previous blog post, I talked about demo driven development and focusing on demonstrating business value when pursuing development efforts with new technology. If you are an organization that is focused on service based delivery, you may find yourself having to demonstrate your capabilities to deliver a potential solution to a problem that hasn’t • Read More »
Technology alone does not solve problems. Back in 2014 at Techonomy, Jack Dorsey, the cofounder of Twitter and Square, put it very well: “To me, technology fundamentally is just a tool. It’s up to us to figure out how to use those tools and how to apply those tools”. In theory, this view of technology • Read More »
During a local Spark meetup, I was introduced to the Databricks Community Edition. Within the Spark community, Databricks is well-known, so I was excited when I got my early invite to try out the Community Edition. This brief article will be a mix of overview, step-by-step instruction and opinion. However, by the end, you’ll have • Read More »
In the first part of our Machine Learning series, we illustrated the broad concept of machine learning by taking a little bit of Twitter, mixing it with some machine learning goodness and creating a web application that, based upon the user’s personal tweets, recommends Twitter accounts the user should follow. What sort of machine learning wizardry • Read More »
Like Business Intelligence, Customer Experience and the Science of Emotion, Predictive Analytics can often be more about buzz than impact. Today, Gary Nakanelua offers a primer on PA, specifically within the world of supply chain management. Predictive Analytics is a discipline at which Blueprint excels. For years, the application of predictive analytics in supply chain • Read More »
During a meeting, someone asked me the question “So, what is machine learning?”
..your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could that they didn’t stop to think if they should. — Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jurassic Park)
This is the first in a series of blogs on practical steps to improve your collaboration effectiveness.