Kurt Cagle Tech Expert

Kurt is the founder and CEO of Semantical, LLC, a consulting company focusing on enterprise data hubs, metadata management, semantics, and NoSQL systems. He has developed large scale information and data governance strategies for Fortune 500 companies in the health care/insurance sector, media and entertainment, publishing, financial services and logistics arenas, as well as for government agencies in the defense and insurance sector (including the Affordable Care Act). Kurt holds a Bachelor of Science in Physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. 

 
Why Programmers Are Not Data Scientists (and Vice Versa)

Why Programmers Are Not Data Scientists (and Vice Versa)

Hot jobs go in waves, and not surprisingly, the information technologies sector is as prone to following fashions as religiously as teenagers.

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5 Tips For Staying Sane

5 Tips For Staying Sane in the Tech Sector

For me, it was a conference in October last year that I began to detect the first hints of unease.

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Why The Future Of Computing Is Heterogeneous

Why The Future Of Computing Is Heterogeneous

I was taking some older computers to the recycling center recently, big towers that had fallen victim to Moore's Law many years before, and it struck me as I looked at one of them about how primitive it was.

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Why We Get Generations Wrong & Why It Matters?

Why We Get Generations Wrong & Why It Matters?

1936 likely seemed an unremarkable year as such things went.

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Distributions For Dummies: Gaussians

Distributions For Dummies: Gaussians

A distribution can be thought of as the collection of all the chances of finding a particular configuration of objects.

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