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The Linux Foundation has announced datapractices.org, a vendor-neutral community working on the first-ever template for modern data teamwork, has joined as an official Linux Foundation project.
DataPractices.org was pioneered by data.world as a “Manifesto for Data Practices” of four values and 12 principles that illustrate the most effective, ethical, and modern approach to data teamwork. As a member of the foundation, datapractices.org will expand to offer open courseware and establish a collaborative approach to defining and refining data best practices.
We talked with Patrick McGarry, head of data.world, to learn more about DataPractices.org.
LF: Can you briefly describe datapractices.org and tell us about its history?
Patrick: The Data Practices movement originated back in 2017 at The Open Data Science Leadership
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