Regular price: $19.95
Buy Now with 1 Credit
Buy Now for $19.95
Author defined every single object obviously with some suitable clarifications. Such a brilliant book. Extremely endorsed.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
When the subtitle of a book is longer than "War and Peace" you shouldn't expect much by the way of a coherent message. This book is a loose collection of long essays on a variety of topics. Some of the content is pedantic but it is also true that I could see a non-techie listening to this and getting a lot out of it. I was least impressed with the "hacking" part but even that had value.
I would recommend to anybody who is concerned in any type of data. Writer’s examples of what would be possible with big data can just be simple human over-optimism.
The author’s examples are perfect about how companies already begin to collect data and use it to mark major verdicts, but I would've liked to read more about how, exactly, that data was composed examined, and used. Additional practical examples would've been restored as different to academic context.