My name is Peter, I'm a data engineer and have been using Exasol since 2016 having previously had experience of a number of different databases. I gained my doctorate from Manchester University in 2008, and I currently work in the utilities sector in the United Kingdom. I develop my company's information quality management platform, serving a range of internal departments. I'm particularly interested in data management and data architecture topics, as well as advanced analytics and coding. Outside work I also use Exasol for my own research projects,
I'm looking forward to engaging with the Exasol community.
Nice to hear from you. The research I do outside work is something a little different; it's a continuation of my PhD research, which was in music composition, particularly in the relation between music and speech, and language cognition. A part of this involves translating music notation into data for analysis, which is where the community edition Exasol comes in. Unfortunately I don't have the time at the moment to get this research to a publication standard, but using Exasol has been a great help, even with just a single node, so maybe one day when I have a little more time perhaps...