Managing The Pace Of Change

Kellan Danielson and the rest of the Power Pivot Pro team discuss the pace of change in the data platform:

@djharshany I’ve found Pocket (https://getpocket.com/) really useful for saving items for later. I’m on a schedule as well – I save a lot of articles and then pour through them when I’m on an airplane or waiting in line somewhere. #productivityhack

I think this furious pace of technological development has made me much more aware 1) of the amount of noise out in the world that I’m safe ignoring and 2) of how we need to stay vigilant in producing content that cuts through the noise.

Given that these are people who specialize in the fastest-moving part of the Microsoft data platform, it’s worth getting their thoughts on the rapid pace of change.

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