As the speaker says, "Data quality is one of those things that you don't pay attention to until it goes wrong - then all hell breaks loose! This session will tell you what you need to do to get on top of data quality, and how to fix issues before they become major problems". Join this lively and informative session to learn the tricks that will help you save time and resources when working with public data.
Join this session, if you:
Run web scraping projects
Care about the data quality
Want to save time and resources working with data
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Meet the speaker
Allen is founder and CEO for ‘The DataWorks’, delivering AI-driven eCommerce web-data solutions to top tier organisations worldwide. Allen is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional and has also been appointed to the prestigious role of Microsoft Regional Director - an advisory role to senior Microsoft leadership consisting of 200 business and technology leaders worldwide.
Allen’s company has successfully solved some of the eCommerce web data industries hardest problems with AI driven cutting edge patented technology. DataWorks allows eCommerce web data consumers to onboard sites fast, have consistently high data quality, and scale with confidence.
Allen is an avid technical and business community contributor, sharing knowledge wherever anyone will listen. He organises, assists, and speaks at conferences big and small internationally. He has written over 250 articles and his current readership exceeds 4m worldwide. A chartered engineer and a Fellow of the British Computing Society, he holds qualifications in both technology and law, and is currently completing a PhD in AI part-time.
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