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My IoT World 2019 Panels: Recap

I was graciously invited to give two panel discussions at the IoT World conference that happened last week in Santa Clara, CA.  Since the panels are not recorded, here are my thoughts and jots from before and during the Wednesday 5/15/2019 panel, entitled  Wrangling IoT Data for Machine Learning .  (Actually, I'm going into even more detail than I had time for at the panel.)  Despite that the conference organizers approached me about speaking on behalf of my former employer about some topics that honestly I was given just a few weeks to investigate and could only report back with failures even now, I managed to convince them that I was fluent in other things that were more generic -- unrelated to the job I knew I was about to quit. (Note: My thoughts and jots for the Thursday 5/16 panel are coming later.) Business Calculations The first question we were tasked with answering in this panel related to the business calculations that must be made before taking on a project