Over the weekend, I nominated another two people for the MVP Award. It's possible that they will not be awarded, of course; I have no influence on the process. I like to nominate people; if they aren't put forward for an Award, then they will never get it, but I always hope that they do. Why not … Continue reading Nominating MVPs; growing the tech community via the MVP Program
What’s wrong with CRISP-DM, and is there an alternative?
Many people, including myself, have discussed CRISP-DM in detail. However, I didn't feel totally comfortable with it, for a number of reasons which I list below. Now I had raised a problem, I needed to find a solution and that's where the Microsoft Team Data Science Process comes in. Read on for more detail! What … Continue reading What’s wrong with CRISP-DM, and is there an alternative?
WPC Day One: Translating Digital Transformation into Solutions
I blogged over at my 'official' company blog about strategic considerations regarding Digital Transformation. There is a lot of messaging directed at sales, partners and CEO level conversations. For the techies, however, how does the strategy translate into a technical implementation that you can actually deliver, to facilitate Digital Transformation within the organisation? In other … Continue reading WPC Day One: Translating Digital Transformation into Solutions
sMy handy toolkit for my Azure IoT Project – how the Microsoft Partner Network can help
In this series, I'm writing a bunch of very practical posts on helping you through an IoT project. There are plenty of other posts about the 'why' and the marketing buzz, but this is about the 'do'. If you are using Azure, the chances are that you might be a Microsoft Partner already. There are … Continue reading sMy handy toolkit for my Azure IoT Project – how the Microsoft Partner Network can help