To eliminate data scientists, you need to employ ordinary people, not geniuses, suggests Walnut Data's Bob Tulloch

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Employ ordinary people to test user interfaces, not shiny graduates, advises Bob Tulloch
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Employ ordinary people to test user interfaces, not shiny graduates, advises Bob Tulloch

Big data needs to be as easy to use as Facebook, suggests Tulloch, which means employing ordinary people to do the testing - until it is

Companies looking to roll out big data platforms to their staff in order to ‘democratise' access to data need to rethink their employment strategies when it comes to testing their platforms, according...

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