Corporate Photography -KnowledgEnt Kmmersion 3

We had the awesome pleasure of taking part in Knowledgent’s 3rd Kmmersion conference this past weekend. It took place over 2 days at the Ocean Place Resort & Spa in Long Branch, NJ.

If you are not familiar with Knowledgent, they are a big data consulting firm for many large scale corporations. Kmmersion is an annual conference where staff consultants learn about all the new software technologies available to them. The first one took place at the Conrad Hotel in New Brunswick in the winter of 2014. The second Kmmersion was even bigger and took place over two days at Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut.

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Opening Remarks    John, Shail Jain, Peter Gibson

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Shail Jain

Partner Technical Presentation    SME and Tier 1 Partner, SAS
Kariba and Labs    Sharad
Competency Update & Track Intro    JD

Engineering a Data Lake    Sam Habib
LOD’s of Fun with Tableau Desktop    Scott Strool


Collibra Data Governance Framework    John Connelly, Ashish Haruray

Agile Business Analysis    Tony Pags, Chris O’Day

Bonfire & After Party

Intro & Portfolio Updates    Tom Johnstone, John Foley


Delivery Lessons Learned    Frank Rotonta
TD Story    Rich Pilkington
Investors Story    Phil Choi, Eileen Weinstein, Paul Chaves

Collaborative Break Through    Kerry Ann, Kim, Sam

Knowledgent Cares    Peter, Mike Mooney, Ashby Sussman

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Awards & Wrap Up    John Durso, Manny

 

 

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