Was Brawl Stars so über dich weiß

 
German Intermediate Junior Bootcamp

Du hast vielleicht schon mal gehört, dass wir alle "Spuren im Internet" hinterlassen. Seit ein paar Jahren hat jeder das Recht, die Daten die über ihn von einem Unternehmen gesammelt werden, zugesandt zu bekommen. Mein Sohn hat das für Brawl Star gemacht - und genau diese Daten werden wir (natürlich mit seiner Erlaubnis) analysieren. Meistens, so auch in diesem Fall, werden die Daten als JSON-Dateien zur Verfügung gestellt. Diese Dateien sind sowohl vom Computer als auch von uns Menschen lesbar. Die Vielzahl der darin enthaltenen Informationen lässt sich aber schwer durch einfaches Durchlesen auswerten. Daher werden wir ein kostenloses Werkzeug (Power BI) verwenden um die Informationen auch begreifbar zu machen. Dinge, die wir also besprechen werden: * Das Recht auf die eigenen Daten * Datenformat JSON * Microsoft Power BI (kostenlos)

Speaker

Markus Ehrenmüller-Jensen

BI Architect

Markus Ehrenmüller-Jensen is the founder of Savory Data and works as a project leader, data engineer and BI architect since 1994. He is an educated software-engineer, graduated business educator and professor for databases and project engineering at HTL Leonding (technical college) and certified as MCSE Data Platform and MCSE Business Intelligence. Markus speaks regularly on international conferences (eg. SQL PASS Summit, SQLBits London, Power Platform Worldtour, SQL Saturdays, SQL Days, SQL PASS Austria, ...) and writes articles for well-known journals. In 2013 he co-founded SQL PASS Austria and in 2016 Power Platform Usergroup Austria and organizes SQL Saturdays in Vienna since 2014. For his technical leadership in the community he was awarded repeatedly as a Microsoft Data Platform MVP since 2017.

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