Most of us have heard of data architects, but what do they actually do? This blog looks at the practical aspects of data architecture, putting aside the theory and discussing what happens on the ground on a day-to-day basis.
Data Architect at the Office of National Statistics, previously a data consultant for the Intellectual Property Office. BSc in Computer Science and Physics.
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Established by the Office for National Statistics in 2017, the government data architecture community share ideas, experiences and methods in an effort to standardise the way we work and ease communication between government departments.
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