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Ethics in Data

Speaker:

William Assaf and Christine Assaf

Abstract:

This session will explore a variety of considerations that modern data scientists and data practictioners must account for when gathering and presenting data, including topics on bias, construct analysis, and machine learning.

Bio:

William Assaf, MCSE, is a principal consultant and DBA Manager in Baton Rouge, LA. Initially a .NET developer, and later into database administration and architecture, William currently works with clients on SQL Server and Azure SQL platform optimization, management, disaster recovery and high availability, and manages a crack multi-city team of SQL DBA’s at Sparkhound. William has written for Microsoft SQL Certification exams since 2011 and was the lead author of “SQL Server 2017 Administration Inside Out” by Microsoft Press, its second edition due out in 2019. William is a member of the Baton Rouge User Groups Board, a regional mentor for PASS, and head of the annual SQLSaturday Baton Rouge Planning Committee.

Christine Assaf is your friendly neighborhood HR Manager. With over 12 years in human resources experience, Christine has a BS in Business Management, received her HR certification at LSU, and is currently a grad student in I/O Psychology at Colorado State. She is currently employed with Waste Management as the HR Generalist for the Gulf Coast Market Area.

Recorded At:

SQLSATURDAY 939 Austin – BI Edition

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