Data Brew by Databricks

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Data Brew. Let’s talk data.

Welcome to Data Brew by Databricks with Denny and Brooke where we explore various topics in the data and AI community. In this series, we will interview subject matter experts in data engineering or data science. So join us with your morning brew in hand and get ready to dive deep into data + AI!

For this first season, we will be focusing on lakehouses – combining the key features of data warehouses, such as ACID transactions, with the scalability of data lakes, directly against low-cost object stores.


Welcome to Lakehouse

Join Ali Ghodsi, CEO and co-founder of Databricks, and David Meyer, SVP of Product at Databricks, for a detailed tour of the Lakehouse architecture.


From data warehousing to data lakes in 40 minutes

Join this panel of data warehousing luminaries of Barry Devlin, Susan O’Connell, and Donald Farmer to discuss the evolution of data warehouses, data lakes, and lakehouses.

About the hosts

Brooke Wenig

Brooke Wenig is a Machine Learning Practice Lead at Databricks. She leads a team of data scientists who develop large-scale machine learning pipelines for customers, as well as teach courses on distributed machine learning best practices. Previously, she was a Principal Data Science Consultant at Databricks. She received an MS in Computer Science from UCLA with a focus on distributed machine learning. She speaks Mandarin Chinese fluently and enjoys cycling.

Denny Lee

Denny Lee is a Developer Advocate at Databricks. He is a hands-on distributed systems and data sciences engineer with extensive experience developing internet-scale infrastructure, data platforms, and predictive analytics systems for both on-premise and cloud environments. He also has a Masters of Biomedical Informatics from Oregon Health and Sciences University and has architected and implemented powerful data solutions for enterprise Healthcare customers. His current technical focuses include Distributed Systems, Apache Spark, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, and Genomics.