On this podcast episode, we check out the intricacies of low-code knowledge pipelines with Raj Bains, the founding father of Prophecy.io. Raj shares useful insights into how performant low-codedata pipelines are revolutionizing industries and reworking on a regular basis operations. Raj discusses the founding story of Prophecy.io, the corporate’s mission, and its method to democratizing the creation of environment friendly knowledge pipeline options visible design and code era. We additionally focus on technical ideas/conundrums equivalent to knowledge lineage, schema evolution, and metadata administration, that are essential in addressing the challenges confronted by knowledge pipeline builders and companies. The episode concludes with Raj’s ideas on the way forward for low-code knowledge pipelines, the Prophecy.io roadmap and its potential impression on varied industries, from healthcare to finance.
Beginning her profession as a software program developer, Jocelyn Houle is now a Senior Director of Product Administration at Securiti.ai, a unified knowledge safety and governance platform. Earlier than that, she was an Working Accomplice at Capital One Ventures investing in knowledge and AI startups. Jocelyn has been a founding father of two startups and a full life cycle, technical product supervisor at giant firms like Fannie Mae, Microsoft and Capital One. Observe Jocelyn on LinkedIn or Twitter @jocelynbyrne.
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