Author Archives: andyhpalmer

DataOps: A Unique Moment in Time for Next Generation Data Engineering

Check out the original LinkedIn post here Judging from the engagement on my latest post from across the spectrum of business leaders, data engineers, data scientists and thought leaders, DataOps is clearly picking up steam. There were too many comments for me … Continue reading

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DataOps: Building A Next Generation Data Engineering Organization

See the original post here Large enterprises are experiencing a foundational shift in how they view their data and structure their data engineering teams. As organizations capture more data than ever before, and store it in an ever-increasing variety of … Continue reading

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Think3 – $1B Fund for SaaS Founders who want to move onto next project

What happens when the SaaS company you started has grown beyond startup phase and your ready to go do your next startup.  If your company has been successful – but is not going to end up being a unicorn or … Continue reading

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Twine Health acquired by Fitbit

Twine Health has been acquired by Fitbit.  As a user, investor & Founding BOD Member @ Twine Health I’m thrilled about the potential of this deal for patients. The mission at Twine is powerful and the impact of Twine @ scale … Continue reading

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LZR in Austin is AWESOME!

Had a chance to swing by LZR – the rebranded event space formerly the music venue La Zona Rosa – reference article here. John Price has done an incredible job of building the type of space and community that creates … Continue reading

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Kinsa – 10M+ real temperature readings to deliver world’s best real-time flu tracking

Lots of people (including myself) talk about the potential impact of information technology in healthcare – as published in the New York Times – Inder Singh and the Kinsa team are delivering real health benefits to real people every day – helping fight the … Continue reading

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Koa Labs : The Next Chapter

Over the past 5+ years I’ve been working hard to help develop founder culture in Cambridge/Boston ecosystem. Thanks to my wife Amy for supporting my seemingly never ending startup addiction – she’s an amazing partner and soul mate.  As I … Continue reading

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