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Conference for professionals in the information technology industry

Митропольский Артём Владимирович

Старший аналитик
nexign
Russia
Saint Petersburg

Biography:

Работаю в IT c 2002 года. Был инженером по тестированию, занимался Data Mining, был бизнес-аналитиком, системным аналитиком и архитектором в различных проектах. Несу добро и разум.

Talks

How to compare warm and soft

26.12.2016

Analyst's work closely connected with a decision-making process. Analysts make decisions themselves, support decision making for stakeholders, managers, colleagues and do it often intuitively. Sometimes it's really hard to compare alternatives thus decision making can turn into a lottery.

We are going to discuss:

  • what problems are associated with decision making;
  • why it is so complicated - to make a decision;
  • how to simplify it;
  • how to compare uncomparable.
Also, we have a look at the complex decision-making method - AHP (analytical hierarchy process) with appropriated examples.

The presentation will be useful for all who can eventually be involved in complex decision-making problem.

Audience level
Regular Talk (40 min)

How to recognize an analyst

29.02.2016

Hiring an analyst we estimate candidates under artificial circumstances and try to interpret results relating to real job. Thus we have corresponding problems. What should we do to improve this situation? The presentation will show significancy of benchmark problem during interview, give the example of apt problem and put forward some hypotheses derived on base of statistical analysis of this problem solving results. The presentation will be interested both for interviewing and interviewed.
Thus, we need a chair and an extraterrestrial...

Audience level
Regular Talk (40 min)

Mind Vulnerability

24.03.2014
Designing information systems, you are aware of how to use features of the proposed storage system will affect the system behavior. Have you pay attention how patterns of storage and processing data by your brains affect your decisions? Have you pay attention how these patterns affect other people decisions? Can you really look at things objectively? Some features of the perception of information by human will be discussed.
Audience level
Regular Talk (40 min)