OK, like wandering around in the desert for 40 years. This has been hard. I have the most clarity I’ve ever had. Let’s go do this. Praise the lawd, lord, amen! Blessed to say that. This is a great next step. I am so thankful! Living In Gratitude A blind boy sat on the steps […]
Category: Decision Making
From a brain science perspective, leadership is about optimizing human brains.
The brains’ primodial operating principles center around survival first and growth second.
In my experience, these two show up at different tiers of complexity, but one of the components at the lowest level is the balance between…
The article below is reposted 100% from my days at Pivotal.io and currently hosted here: https://tanzu.vmware.com/content/blog/20-examples-of-roi-and-results-with-big-data . Given this post is a repost WITH a preamble, I hope Google doesn’t ding me too much :-). The featured image is taken from here. Why Did I Write this Re-post? I am thinking about writing a book […]
Meta-data is really, really really special. If you haven’t taken time to understand it in depth, you should. Why? Here are the key points of why, IMHO: Meta-data is constantly searched by the most powerful compute clusters and semantic engines on Earth, and Google is the most used. By organizing, scoring, matching, and optimizing all […]