Today is 2nd of December and time for the 2nd x-mas theme on this blog this year following up on the early yuletide post about The Shortcut to Lapland.
In a way it is not in line with a main subject on this blog being diversity to focus too much on Christmas as I know that many readers may have for example Eid, Diwali or Chinese New Year as the main days of celebration during the year.
To me The Holidays is much about having light in a time of year up north that else would be very dark and even depressive. When I am in Copenhagen I live on a cosy square called Gråbrødretorv (Grey Friars Market). In summertime the square is filled with outdoor seating. Not so much in the winter. But then there is a fir tree with lights on.
Anyway there is lots of stuff in the x-mas theme you can relate to data quality. Some of the older ones on this blog were:
- About the multi-channel theme as told in the post Christmas at the old Bookstore
- About change management and data quality as touched in the post Snowman Data Quality
- About this old man with a white beard as examined in the post Santa Quality