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Q&A: Informationist Tina Botti Raises over $5,900 for the American Liver Foundation at the Boston Marathon

We at Knowledgent are so proud of our own Informationist Tina Botti, who completed the Boston Marathon on April 20!

After the marathon, I sat down with Tina to talk about running, her involvement with Run for Research, and her suggestions for beginner runners.

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Q&A with Peter Gibson on the Big Data Technology Landscape

Fresh off Knowledgent’s recognition as a top Big Data solution provider, we sat down this week with Peter Gibson, our co-CEO, to discuss current trends in the Big Data technology landscape:

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Chris Kratochvil on How to Become a Program Manager

Want to know what it takes to work in data and analytics? Every other Friday, our own Informationists will share their thoughts, experiences, and advice on what they do and what they did to get there. Expect to see a wide range of answers from individuals in the same lines of work; our Informationists come from all walks of life, which only shows that there’s more than one way to get on the right career track.

Following our last post in this series on Reed Bradford, Data Quality Architect, this week’s post features Chris Kratochvil, Program Manager. Chris earned his BA in Art and Computer Graphics from Lycoming College. He has worked in the NYC metropolitan area as well as areas of Germany and Ukraine across the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and clinical research industries.

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Reed Bradford on How to Become a Data Quality Architect

Want to know what it takes to work in data and analytics? Every other Friday, our own Informationists will share their thoughts, experiences, and advice on what they do and what they did to get there. Expect to see a wide range of answers from individuals in the same lines of work; our Informationists come from all walks of life, which only shows that there’s more than one way to get on the right career track.

Our first post featured Dip Kharod, Big Data Architect. Continuing the series is Reed Bradford, Data Quality Architect. Reed earned his MBA in Computer & Information Sciences from Temple University and his BS in Information Management from Brigham Young University (BYU).  He has worked in information management and analytics for 28 years across the financial services, life sciences, hospitality, manufacturing, and retail industries.

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Dip Kharod on How to Become a Big Data Architect: “You have to love data”

Have you ever wondered what it takes to work in data and analytics? What background should you have? What skills or technical expertise? How do you know if you’ll like the work?

Whether you’re outside the field looking in or inside looking for a new challenge, you’ll benefit from our new Q&A series. Every other Friday, our own Informationists will share their thoughts, experiences, and advice on what they do and what they did to get there. Expect to see a wide range of answers from individuals in the same lines of work; our Informationists come from all walks of life, which only shows that there’s more than one way to get on the right career track.

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