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Speaking at MWLUG 2017 on data analytics and visualization
Mon 19 Jun 2017, 04:02 PMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
I'm excited to announce I'll be speaking at MWLUG 2017 in Alexandria, VA on data analytics, extraction and visualization.
Finding the Gold in Them Thar Hills
They say everyone should visit their own region as a tourist, with eyes wide open to the treasures visitors see easily which we no longer notice. Likewise, those who have used IBM Notes/Domino for many years may not easily see the value embedded in data buried in various databases over these years. Patterns, trends, connections, all hidden in plain sight. In this session, we will explore the kinds of hidden treasure you may have, and different ways to extract/expose that treasure for data analytics and data re-purposing, as well as ways to use data visualization to make the gold you find shine.
MWLUG has proven to be a consistently excellent conference, and I'm delighted to have a chance to speak there again. But even more, I look forward to seeing all of you. If you'll be there and want to hang out, don't hesitate tweet at me or contact me through Facebook or email or phone. Anything but a brick through the window will work. If you'd like a meeting to talk about any of our products, especially our new CoexLinks Migrate, CoexLinks Journal and AppsFidelity Migrate, let me know in advance of your interest so I know not to bore you with talk of my latest novel. (Which will be awesome when I finish it.) If you want to hear about my novel, be forewarned that I can be obsessive.
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