Really enjoyed chatting to Kyle of Bigeye about Data Contracts, FinTech, privacy regulation and more!
A few weeks back I spoke to the team at Monte Carlo about our experiences implementing Data Contracts at GoCardless and our key learnings so far.
It’s been 6 months since I introduced Data Contracts as our initiative to improve data quality at GoCardless.
A few weeks back I had a great discussion with Scott Hirleman on the Data Mesh Radio podcast all about Data Contracts!
In theory, you can make use of any modules from the Terraform registry with Terragrunt, allowing you to make use of common solutions and patterns to quickly get your resources set up.
As someone who works in an enablement team, I’m trying to instil a best practice of answering with docs.
Over on the GoCardless Tech Blog I’ve written a post about how we’re improving data quality with Data Contracts.
Data is at the heart of every meaningful service, and it’s the effective use of that data which builds a product, and a business.
Almost all data platforms start with a change data capture (CDC) service to extract data from an organisations transactional databases - the source of truth for their most valuable data.
We recently had an incident with our data pipeline, resulting in data being lost on route to our data platform.