Business Intelligence Engineer

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We are looking for an experienced Business Intelligence Engineer to join our clients analytics platform team. You need to have deep technical skills as well as the ability to understand data and analytics. Experience with Talend is a huge plus.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Analyze, design, develop and implement solutions for BI components
  • Work with business groups to understand business processes and convert user requirements into technical solutions
  • Analyze data, system and data flows and develop effective ways to store and present data in BI applications
    Design, build and deploy efficient data integration/ETL pipelines and own data quality for the pipelines
  • Work with data from disparate environments such as Hadoop, MongoDB and other SQL and NoSQL data stores
  • Write scripts/programs to extract from and publish data using APIs (SOAP, REST etc.), working with data in various formats such as relational, JSON, XML etc.
  • Maintain existing ETL pipelines and BI components
  • Analyze data and build reports and visualizations using BI reporting and visualization tools
  • Monitor and tune performance of ETL flows and BI reporting/query performance
  • Proactively ensure data integrity and focus on continuous performance improvements of existing processes

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s and/or advanced degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or related field
    6+ years of experience in building data integration/ETL and BI analytics solutions.
  • Very strong SQL skills and 5+ years of hands on experience building and tuning SQL in analytic environments
    5+ years of experience and expertise in ETL systems, techniques and best practices (e.g. Data Integrator, Informatica, Talend, Pentaho)
  • 2+ years of experience in BI/visualization tools, defining and designing semantic layers as well as reports and visualizations (e.g. MicroStrategy, Business Objects, Tableau)
  • Strong experience in data modeling and dimensional schema design
  • Hands-on experience in working with large data sets on analytic appliances or columnar databases such as
  • Vertica/Netezza/Greenplum or on the cloud such as Amazon Redshift/Google BigQuery
  • Experience in scripting such as Python, shell, JavaScript, and in working with APIs

Apply Here: Business Intelligence Engineer

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Truth is Nothing Changed

The House of Representatives voted Tuesday to repeal pending internet privacy protections. Those protections approved last year by the FCC would have gone into effect December 2017. The privacy regulations made ISPs obtain your permission before gathering and selling your data. Typically, Internet Service Providers collect web browsing, app usage, and geo-location data.

The truth is most ISPs already sell your data to advertisers. Oddly enough, the proposed privacy protections would not have applied to Google or Facebook both of whom gather massive amounts of user data to resell. If you are wondering why Google and Facebook were not included, you are not alone.

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Tor Browser

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Internet Noise

The big winner in all of this is VPN providers as searches and subscriptions have skyrocketed since Tuesday. When doing research please note most free VPNs often sell your data to advertisers to generate revenue.