Recently, I have been watching the Data Governance video lectures by John Adler.
Does anyone know if the slides used throughout the videos are available somewhere?
I checked around the O'Reilly website, Safari website and Google in general, but I could not find them.
Overall, it is a good overview of all topics that are relevant in the area of Data Governance, although if one is new to the field, the concepts covered can be seen a bit high-level or abstract and difficult to put into practice without the appropriate background.
As an intro to the field is fit-for-purpose. All relevant keywords/frameworks are presented, and one can always look in parallel for additional info on a particular concept as needed.
Thanks and regards.
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Thanks for the quick reply.
OK. No problem.
In a way, it is kind of a pity because the videos rely quite a lot on slide presentations and having the slides would be a nice feature. Also some slides include references to the source(s) of the content shown, which would be also handy to be able to revisit as needed.
But it's OK. The slides are embedded in the videos. It is just that on this format only, more work is required on the side of the user/viewer ;)