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- Data Warehouses
- Open Source
- People and process
- Snowplow Insights
In my last post, we looked at why organisations often fail to engage data initiatives properly, leaving them stuck in first gear, or worse, spinning in neutral. We covered the concept of the data supply chain being comprised of a...
It’s not the sort of statistic you’ll ever see in a sales deck, but the dirty secret of the data business is that most projects fail. In this new series of blogs, I want to take a look at where...
Opportunities to actively engage and learn are vital to our work at Poplin Data so it was great to attend the recent PyCon AU 2019 with other members of the engineering team. The event brought together professionals, students and enthusiast...
As Equifax prepares to pay out as much as $US700 million in compensation for its spectacular 2017 security breach, and cosmetics retailer Sephora apologises for a leak of Asia Pacific customer data, now is a good time to consider the...
The latest version of our Snowplow Inspector extension has been released - thanks to the well over 2000 users! This latest version includes HAR imports, the ability to stream live events from ElasticSearch, clearer signals for invalid events as...
Slides from Snowplow meetup: What’s good (and not so good) on GCP and Server Side Tracking with Catch.com.au
Key points Snowplow on GCP offers some great benefits; including speed, streaming capabilities and scaling without thinking Not so good features; table mutations are smart - but not how you want them. BigQuery - forget everything you know! Why Catch.com.au...
Key points: Open Source platforms give you control over your data Proprietary vendors can change direction and remove features Opening up the black boxes means you can understand what’s going on Open Source doesn’t mean you have to run it...