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Diane Burley

Responsible for overall content strategy and developing integrated content delivery systems for MarkLogic. She is a former online executive with Gannett with astute business sense, a metaphorical communication style and no fear of technology. Diane has delivered speeches to global audiences on using technologies to transform business. She believes that regardless of industry or audience, "unless the content is highly relevant -- and perceived to be valuable by the individual or organization -- it is worthless." 

Where did you grow up?

Williamsville, New York

What is your favorite hobby?

Cooking — love cooking with my two sons. It’s relaxing, creative and sometimes a bit competitive!!

Where was your favorite place you went on vacation?

Sicily. It was like the collision of the ancient with the modern. Absolutely riveting.

What type of music do you like to listen to?

Depends on the day and the task at hand. Rock for cleaning, jazz for writing. Stuff in between for long rides.

What is your favorite season? Why?

Love the summer the long periods of daylight, not being cold and eating from my garden.

MarkLogic World 2018 in San Francisco was both a destination for learning about the revolutionary database as it was for bonding with other like-minded, against-the-tide-swimmers.
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If you already have a Hadoop investment -- and found security and governance and the solution itself lacking -- we have good news. An operational data hub will enhance the value of the Hadoop ecosystem by providing operational capabilities along with the Enterprise features, needed for a mature data strategy.
The portmanteau of hack and marathon, "hackathons" are events where teams of developers, designers and project managers collaborate and solve challenges. NBC Universal uses the hackathon to spawn R&D, using a short-list of preferred vendors to see what ideas can emerge after 24-36 hours over a weekend. It's competitive -- but everyone's a winner.