Big Data from Small Places

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How our devices produce so much data (Dr. Seuss style)

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Big Data from Small Places

  1. Big Data from Small Places How our devices produce so much data (Dr. Seuss Style)
  2. Inside our gadgets and gizmos that fill our heart with glee Exists an entire world rather difficult to see
  3. Crack open our devices and there you will find Doodads and doohickeys and thingamajigs of all kind
  4. These are the things that give life to our stuff Understanding how it all works well that can be tough
  5. Electronics and sensors, motors and gears Designing it all that often takes years
  6. Something so important it’s quite the surprise ! There is something else in there you can’t see with your eyes
  7. Software Lots and lots of software Seriously, it’s everywhere
  8. All of that code in each apparatus Controls everything and updates the status
  9. These little parts make mountains of data. It starts really early, way before Beta
  10. It starts in the lab, when it's first being made It’s just gotta work It can’t be delayed
  11. Doohickey data Thingamajig data Doodad data Software data
  12. This data is used to find every glitch to make sure it works to check every switch
  13. The more complex the gizmo the more data we will need to find all the bugs to finish with speed
  14. Once it all works it doesn’t stop there More have to be built for Finley, Jordan, Gracen, even Aunt Claire
  15. Jillions are made but we cannot be done until data is used to test every one
  16. Doohickey data Thingamajig data Doodad data Software data
  17. If we assemble it wrong or have one bad part That data will tell us why it won’t start
  18. Once at our house it doesn’t stop there The data keeps growing through the wear and the tear
  19. Every press of a button Every blink of a light Every touch of the screen Every single night
  20. Doohickey data Thingamajig data Doodad data Software data
  21. Once in your pocket your gadget may break It’s gotta be fixed How long will it take?
  22. That data will tell us what went askew And show the repairman just what to do
  23. Such a crazy world inside each device It works like magic and runs so precise
  24. What brings our gadgets to life and makes them so smart? The software's the brains and the hardware's the heart
  25. https://www.InitialState.com we help engineers capture and understand product data illustrations by Jim Edmon - http://balancecreative.net/

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