Growing with Data
While all kinds of data accumulate and overflow in our world, most of our data remains untouched where it is collected and is not being made useful. It does not matter whether personal or corporate, small, medium, or large scale. All of our data is accumulating. I love turning to data and finding patterns in them to make better decisions and find better solutions. If you need assistance, I’d like to hear about your efforts.
Why Having Good Data Makes a Difference.
Data is the raw material that we use to understand the world around us. It can be used to answer questions, make predictions, and solve problems. Data can also be used to create new products and services, improve efficiency, and make better decisions.
Hi, I’m John
Some of you know me from the packaging industry, others as a teacher. I am also interested in and work with data, software, and internet technologies. The phrase “Jack of all trades…” comes to mind. It is used to refer to a person who deals with many skills, rather than gaining expertise by focusing on a single skill. This saying is often continued with “… is a master of none”, insinuating that you do not master any of them. It all depends on your perspective really. I prefer to be a generalist, trying to reach a competent level in the skills and usage of resources that can be integrated to form a more powerful solution, rather than specializing in one certain field.
In most of my assignments, I have tried to integrate various resources and people with various qualifications. Since I think that in order to collect the parts of a whole and make them functional, it is necessary to understand all of them to some extent, I aim to reach a level of competency, while keeping my eye on the whole. So, I guess, my specialty is integration.