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GraphDB Newcomers; Data PM; ML Engineers; ThDPTh #42

Three Data Point Thursday
GraphDB Newcomers; Data PM; ML Engineers; ThDPTh #42
By Sven Balnojan  • Issue #44 • View online
I’ve been looking through the database market lately and just stumbled over the fact that I was apparently a bit wrong about terminusDB, and right about the importance of open-source.
Let’s take a look at the whole story…
I’m Sven, I collect “Data Points” to help understand & shape the future, one powered by data, not electricity anymore.

Svens Thoughts
If you only have 30 seconds to spare, here is what I would consider actionable insights for investors, data leaders, and data company founders.
- Five of the six newcomers in the graphDB space are betting on open-source.
- The “data snowflake” problem is a good reason to seriously explore open source as a default option if you’re starting a data company.
- ML engineers are becoming a thing, think seriously about both ways of supporting them and ways of integrating them into your company.
- If you’re doing product management in the data space, internal or external, check out the WSFJ question catalog to fine-tune your value estimations.
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