SmartData Collective

December 1, 2008
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I was recently asked to join the SmartData Collective, which is a social community of bloggers and professionals interested in data warehousing and enterprise analytics. It is sponsored by Teradata and is editorially independent. Some of my posts will appear there, and maybe even some specific articles from me.

They asked me to be a founding member and featured blogger which sounds like a lot of work, but I’ve been reassured isn’t 🙂

On a relate


I was recently asked to join the SmartData Collective, which is a social community of bloggers and professionals interested in data warehousing and enterprise analytics. It is sponsored by Teradata and is editorially independent. Some of my posts will appear there, and maybe even some specific articles from me.

They asked me to be a founding member and featured blogger which sounds like a lot of work, but I’ve been reassured isn’t 🙂

On a related but separate note, I recently participated in a podcast for Teradata concerning the data analytics we do at Optus. I discussed previously presented material regarding our churn prevention analysis, and also my recent social network analysis. The podcast was only completed recently, its still early days and needs to pass approval from appropriate legal channels, but hopefully it will find its way onto the Teradata site in the New Year. I’ll keep you posted.

– Tim
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