Table of Contents
- Data transformation
- • Kiro Dreams of Data
- • dbt 101 (EU and US-friendly)
- • Ask the experts: Customer product journey
- • How to build a reputation on more than just dashboards
- • Ask the experts: Version controlling your metrics
- • How to complete a data modeling project at a $6B company
- • Kimball in the context of the modern data warehouse: what's worth keeping, and what's not
- • Seven use cases for dbt
- • Quickstart your analytics with Fivetran dbt packages
- • Building a marketing attribution model with dbt
- Data testing
- Implementations + deployment
- Documentation + metadata
- The modern data stack
- Data dream teams
- • Lessons in prioritization: How to balance the 'quick questions' against your team's long-term plan
- • Getting started with technical blogging
- • How to structure a data team
- • Run your data team as a product team
- • Hiring a diverse data team
- • How to start your analytics engineering team
- • Supercharging your data team
- • Balancing creativity and proficiency as a data team
- • Evaluating an offer in the data space
- • Taking off with dbt: JetBlue's dbt journey!
- • Data dream teams: TripActions
- • Data dream teams: Netlify
Three barriers to effective data communication
Everyone knows that having consistent data definitions is important, but how do you do it? And once you’ve done it, how do you make sure everyone knows how to use them and where to learn more, especially in an ever-growing company?
After 12 years of confusing terminology and wonky spreadsheets, the team at Education Perfect decided to properly define their key data points, enabling them to simplify the interactions between their team.
In this talk, Nadja will take you through her journey of trying to balance accuracy with simplicity, where they’ve landed, and where they want to go next.
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Last modified on: Apr 19, 2022