Software Engineering

Low-Code SQL on dbt Core with Raj Bains from Prophecy


In this podcast episode, we take a look at the intricacies of low-code data pipelines with Raj Bains, the founder of Prophecy.io. Raj shares valuable insights into how performant low-codedata pipelines are revolutionizing industries and transforming everyday operations. Raj discusses the founding story of Prophecy.io, the company’s mission, and its approach to democratizing the creation of efficient data pipeline solutions visual design and code generation. We also discuss technical concepts/conundrums such as data lineage, schema evolution, and metadata management, which are critical in addressing the challenges faced by data pipeline developers and businesses. The episode concludes with Raj’s thoughts on the future of low-code data pipelines, the Prophecy.io roadmap and its potential impact on various industries, from healthcare to finance.

 

Starting her career as a software developer, Jocelyn Houle is now a Senior Director of Product Management at Securiti.ai, a unified data protection and governance platform. Before that, she was an Operating Partner at Capital One Ventures investing in data and AI startups. Jocelyn has been a founder of two startups and a full life cycle, technical product manager at large companies like Fannie Mae, Microsoft and Capital One.  Follow Jocelyn on LinkedIn  or Twitter @jocelynbyrne.

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