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Posted by Dave West on February 16, 2010
I am a developer at heart. Even while doing other jobs, I still describe my vocation as a software engineer. Sometimes being a software engineer makes you feel like the odd one out. Meetings concerning business intelligence (BI) used to make me feel that way. The people in the room were talking about data, reports, feeds, and data stores — all things that we do in software development, but their focus was different enough to make me feel like a fish out of water. But that is changing and the gap between BI and software development seems to be closing. Let me highlight a few data points:
But what does it mean to application development professionals ?
With great power comes great responsibility, but that responsibility is only possible when you development teams understand the value of the information they are managing within the applications they are developing. That means following 4 simple steps:
Perhaps with these four simple steps application development can increase the value of information being held by their company and build better applications to boot.
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