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Plaster Group Attends Start-Up Seattle

Plaster Group’s Joe Wilson and Brian Decker attended “Start-Up Seattle: Lessons Learned from the Seattle 10” last night at MOHAI.  It was a panel event lead by John Cook, co-founder of GeekWire.  The audience received raw advice from Seattle Start-Up leaders Chase Jarvis (CreativeLive), Kristen Hamilton (Koru), Avni Patel Thompson, and Mike McSherry.

October 7 TDWI Event: Data Driven Decision Making with Indeed

Plaster Group is again looking forward to sponsoring our local Seattle chapter of the The Datawarehousing Institute this coming Tuesday, October 7th. This event features the topic “Data Driven Decision Making.” Douglas Gray (Sr. VP Engineering) and Chris Hyams (SVP Product and International Strategy) of Indeed, the #1 job site worldwide, will share how Indeed captures and integrates data into its business decisions effectively. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to discuss and learn about topics in Business Intelligence while meeting other local professionals. This event will be take place Tuesday, October 7th from 5:30 until 7:30 at Group Health Headquarters located at 320 Westlake Ave. N. For more information and to register for this event to attend, visit TDWI’s event page here!

Seattle BI Meetup: Data Mining Meets Engineering

Our Data & Analytics Director Wendy Parker is co-teaching a Data Mining course at the University of Washington. She recently invited Lucas Parker of Visible Technologies to speak to the class regarding how they use data mining.  In data mining, the focus is often on how models are created rather than how they are used in the real world.  We greatly appreciated Lucas’ discussion of his experience putting models to use and some of the interesting findings he made along the way.

TDWI welcomes Bill Inmon to Seattle

The TDWI Northwest chapter is pleased to welcome Bill Inmon as their guest speaker on March 13 in Bellevue.  Bill is considered by many to be the “father of data warehousing” and has been named by Computerworld as one of the “Ten IT People Who Mattered in the Last 40 Years”.  Registration details and