The social media sphere these days has a lot of good stuff around Data Quality and Big Data including this piece from Jim Harris called Big Data is Just Another Brick in the Wall.
In here Jim ponders how working with Big Data must be build on a lot of other disciplines including Data Quality and the title of the blog post is nicely composed from the title of the fantastic Pink Floyd song called Another Brick in the Wall.
In this song there is an unpleasant voice of an angry stupid old teacher yelling:
“If you don’t eat yer meat, you can’t have any pudding. How can you have any pudding if you don’t eat yer meat?”
I’m afraid I also have to raise an equally unpleasant voice of saying:
“If you don’t eat yer data quality, you can’t have any big data. How can you have any big data if you don’t eat yer data quality?”
And by the way: How can you work with big data if you don’t join the LinkedIn group called Big Data Quality?