@Beth sure, it's even got alliteration, which gives it a leg up over the word usually thrown around like "guru" or "ninja."
@Ariella, I can see it on business cards now!
That's a nice compromise. Ariella
@Beth That's it! Instead of debating over whether to call the data people miners, analysts, scientists, or artists, we can call them "data dynamos."
Talking with Falguni and having her to share her tips would be great. We will certainly learn a lot from a " real data dynamo". I will stay tuned.
Hear, hear! I hope to speak with Falguni Sanghani in a one on one, too, so hopefully I'll be able to share her tips and best practices advice soon. Stay tuned.
Let's here it for the winner and all the runners-up. Great job all around.
Anyone who can "make a unique, puzzling structure make perfect sense" deserves our appreciation. Congrats to the winner!
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