More and more data is being captured and analyzed all the time. At the same time, there are varying expectations of privacy that aren’t always shared between the subjects of data and the collectors. Steve has a few thoughts on how this will play out for data professionals.
Last year I started to get alerts from Microsoft Repos that someone had put a piece of security information in their code that pertained to one of my Azure services. At first I was worried, but then I realized this was the public version of AdventureWorks we maintain in Azure. We’ve published the login so […]
I travel a fair amount for work to speak at various events around the world. Traveling can be quite a disruption to my life, and I do work to limit the amount of time that I’m gone. As my kids have gotten older, I’m have less commitments at home and an extra night during a […]