Keeping up with data — Week 47 reading list

5 minutes for 5 hours’ worth of reading

A great book to have in the living room for the long winter evenings! Image from Amazon.com.

Recently, I updated my CV. For me, it is always an interesting exercise, requiring looking at oneself from distance. What am I good at? How to compel others about it? What gaps should I focus on? Coding? Algorithms? Communication skills? Selling skills? What’s the best pathway?

Luckily, CV’s don’t have to be updated too frequently and the self-reflection can shift to self-improvement. Yet — of course — this means that the old CV will need to be updated again!

Anyway, without further ado, here are this week’s top reads:

The data mesh piece (see #5 above) got me thinking about the potential governance problems. Similarly to societies, data is powerless when isolated and difficult to govern when it gets too big. This area certainly requires additional consideration; if you have thoughts on this, please do add them in the comments below.

Thanks for reading!

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