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Mario Talavera, previously an Analytics Developer at InQuira, recently became a Business Intelligence Developer at Oracle.  He’s been evolving as a developer since graduating college from University of Central Florida in 1999.

Always working close to data, he has spent the last decade hacking away combining software development and analytics.  He has most enjoyed himself using analytics to leverage software for real estate at ERA Europe, banking at Foreign Currency Exchange and CDNs at Highwinds.

He’s also a co-founder of Central Florida Business Intelligence, a local usergroup where data geeks unite. He has also presented in local usergroups and at BarCamp Orlando.

Still reading? Check out my recently updated resume. An updated one is coming.  For now, it may be best to read this blog and visit my account at github or Assembla.

For fun, he ponders free datasets for insight and interesting correlations. He is currently trying to crack crime. In the past, he has written about recommendation systems and agreed that five star rating are flawed.

He can be reached at: mario.talavera(at)gmail.com

Written by mariotalavera

January 23, 2008 at 3:53 am

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