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What’s in store – March 2021
Data Mesh in action
The first Tech Talks are now available. We are deepening the Data Mesh theme from different points of view: business, technical, organizational… Take a look at the contents already available and stay tuned, the page is going to be constantly updated. Check out the page 
Financial Times FT1000
We have been recognized among the fastest-growing companies in Europe by the Financial Times and included in FT1000 list.
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Bright Ideas Gone Agile
We are proud to present our new website and especially our new logo.
It’s been 7 years since we started our adventure as a startup and now we are bigger and stronger, thanks to our team and to the customers who trusted us.
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From SAP to Data Mesh – Webinar
Unleash, govern and orchestrate the potential of your streaming data with Data Mesh and Qlik Replicate.
With Guido Pezzin (Qlik QDI TSM Italy), Roberto Coluccio (Agile Lab Big Data Architect) and Robert Zenkert (Qlik Analytics Data Architect), we will discuss how a Change Data Capture strategy could be useful to replicate events from an existing SAP environment inside a data product, which is the basic quantum in a Data Mesh architecture.
Save the date: April, 20th 2021 at 11AM.

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Codemotion – Online Tech Conference – Italian Edition
The Data Lake is dead, long live the Data Mesh“, is the title of the speech that Paolo Platter, our CTO, had during the Italian edition of Codemotion.
With his talk, Paolo focused on the new era of Data Management and the cultural and organizational changes that Data Mesh is going to introduce.
The registration will be soon available.
We started our Book Club!
We are currently reading “Things you need to know about JVM (that matter in Scala)” by Mateusz Kubuszok and in the first meeting we discussed the first chapter “What is JVM“. During this session we gathered questions and feedbacks about the chapter: this lead to some very interesting discussions about Java byte code analysis, trampolines hooks and why the return keyword in Scala should never be used!