Videos

Data Mining with Microsoft R Server – Webinar

Data Mining with Microsoft R Server – Webinar

11 months ago
R is the world’s most widely used programming language for data analysis. The R ecosystem provides thousands of external libraries that can facilitate the transition from dataset to actionable insight. In this webinar, Derek Norton, Senior Data Scientist at Microsoft, will introduce the data mining capabilities of Microsoft R Server. He will use a use […]

PASS Summit 2016: Where Data Professionals Connect, Share & Learn

11 months ago
PASS Summit 2016 – the world’s largest conference for SQL Server and BI Professionals – is happening October 25th-28th in Seattle, WA.  Join Jennifer Moser, Lara Rubbelke, Chantel Gipe, Buck Woody,Thomas LaRock and Chuck Heinzelman as they discuss what you can you expect to see at this year’s conference. From big announcements, keynote addresses, networking […]
Advanced Analytics Projects – What Could Go Wrong?

Advanced Analytics Projects – What Could Go Wrong?

12 months ago
As a follow up to the original session Implementing Successful Advanced Analytics Projects, this session is focused on helping organizations avoid common projects showstoppers, pitfalls and causes behind the delays or even failures of advanced analytics projects.  In this video, we’ll review the CRISP-DM process for advanced analytics projects and discuss at each stage the common challenges […]
Data Capital Principle 1:  Data Comes from Activity

Data Capital Principle 1: Data Comes from Activity

1 year ago
If your company isn’t part of that activity when it happens, your chance to capture its data is lost. Forever. Listen to Paul Sonderegger, Big Data Strategist, explore the essential role data capital plays for Molly the dog.
Data Capital Principle 3:  Platforms Tend to Win

Data Capital Principle 3: Platforms Tend to Win

1 year ago
Platform competition tends toward a winner-take-all-outcome. Paul Sonderegger, Big Data Strategist, discusses how the rise of data capital — the digitization and datafication of daily activities — is bringing platform competition to new industries.
Data Capital Principle 2:  Data Tends to Make More Data

Data Capital Principle 2: Data Tends to Make More Data

1 year ago
Analytics are great, but algorithms are where the action is. Hear Paul Sonderegger, Big Data Strategist, discuss how feeding unique data to algorithms that produce data about their own performance makes them more effective the next time you run them.
Data Capital Principle 3:  Platforms Tend to Win

Data Capital Principle 3: Platforms Tend to Win

1 year ago
Platform competition tends toward a winner-take-all-outcome. Paul Sonderegger, Big Data Strategist, discusses how the rise of data capital — the digitization and datafication of daily activities — is bringing platform competition to new industries.
Data Capital Principle 2:  Data Tends to Make More Data

Data Capital Principle 2: Data Tends to Make More Data

1 year ago
Analytics are great, but algorithms are where the action is. Hear Paul Sonderegger, Big Data Strategist, discuss how feeding unique data to algorithms that produce data about their own performance makes them more effective the next time you run them.
Data Capital Principle 1:  Data Comes from Activity

Data Capital Principle 1: Data Comes from Activity

1 year ago
If your company isn’t part of that activity when it happens, your chance to capture its data is lost. Forever. Listen to Paul Sonderegger, Big Data Strategist, explore the essential role data capital plays for Molly the dog.
Machine Learning with @gspmoreira

Machine Learning with @gspmoreira

1 year ago
Gabriel Moreira is a programmer and now specializes in machine learning and data analytics.
Azurite: Selective Undo Tool for Programmers

Azurite: Selective Undo Tool for Programmers

1 year ago
This video, to accompany “Programmers Are Users Too: Human-Centered Methods for Improving Programming Tools,” demonstrates Azurite, an Eclipse plug-in with a selective undo feature that lets programmers more easily backtrack their code. From Computer’s July 2016 issue: www.computer.org/csdl/mags/co/2016/07/index.html. Visit Computer: www.computer.org/computer.
Whyline

Whyline

1 year ago
This video, to accompany “Programmers Are Users Too: Human-Centered Methods for Improving Programming Tools,” describes Whyline, a debugging tool that lets developers ask questions about their program’s output and behavior. From Computer’s July 2016 issue: www.computer.org/csdl/mags/co/2016/07/index.html. Visit Computer: www.computer.org/computer.