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GoDataDriven open source contribution: September and October 2018 edition

22 Nov

Welcome to the Open Source at GoDataDriven, September and October 2018 edition, otherwise called the better late than never edition

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satRday Amsterdam 2018

20 Nov

satRday Amsterdam 2018 (August 31 - September 2) post conference wrap up after three days with R workshops, conference, and an open-source day!

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Establishing Trust in Reputation Systems: Challenges for Blockchain-Based Reviews

29 Oct

This third article in a series on blockchain describes how to establish trust in reputation systems: challenges for blockchain-based reviews!

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GoDataFest 2018

25 Oct

GoDataFest (15-20 October), Festival of Data Technology, five-day long celebration including open-source tools and companies like AWS, Dataiku, Databricks and Google.

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Big Data Expo 2018: Deep Learning, the Engine of the AI Revolution

05 Oct

We all remember the boom of Internet companies in the late 90s, then in the late 2000s mobile companies took center stage and have been dominating ever since. A new type is taken the spotlight, this is the era of AI companies, and like it has been before there are two options: adapt or fade away.

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How Blockchain Technology Will Make Platforms Obsolete

27 Sep

This second article in a series on blockchain explains how the technology will eventually impact the business model of platform companies!

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Wasting money with data science

21 Sep

Investing money with the latest hype is normal. Wasting it once the hype has passed is dangerous.

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How to Find Blockchain Use Cases: Part I

17 Sep

This three-part series explores ways to find blockchain use cases, beginning with the problems it can solve. This first article in a series on blockchain we describe how to identify relevant use cases.

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Opening up some training material

05 Sep

What are our trainings like? People interested in the program often has to "just" believe us. Now they can believe us a little less as we're opening up some chapters from our curriculum!

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