Pragmatic Transition: Lighthouses and Shipwrecks

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This is the next post in my series about transitioning from a DBA to a BI consultant for Pragmatic Works. This post is a particularly sensitive one as it pertains to a lesson I had to learn the hard way. My hopes are that by writing and publishing this maybe you can spare yourself or […]

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Tour de Career: Team Roles

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In cycling each team is made up of nine riders. Each rider on a team can have a different specialization. A careful balance of skill sets on a team can determine if a team will stand triumphant on a champion’s podium at the end of the day or simply fade into obscurity.┬áToday we’re going to […]

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Tour de Career: Prologue

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It’s July and for some that means baseball and bar-b-ques. For me it means my birthday and Tour de France┬átime. For those living in a cave, the Tour de France is the most prestigious professional bike race in the world lasting three weeks. Riders race all around France with the conclusion of the race occurring […]

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