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#7 Data Schema Contracts – What are they and why they matter – Interview with Olivier Wulveryck, Senior Consultant @ OCTO
Episode 723rd December 2021 • Data Mesh Radio • Data as a Product Podcast Network
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In this episode, Olivier Wulveryck, Senior Consultant at consulting company OCTO Technology, and Scott discuss all things schema contracts. The episode will probably leave you with more questions than answers at this point as the concept/practice is still emerging. But you will get a good sense for how to do it right - and how not to do it too! - from the conversation.

Olivier's contact info

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/olivierwulveryck/

Email: olivier.wulveryck at octo.com

Twitter: @owulveryck / https://twitter.com/owulveryck

Olivier's post on schema contracts: https://blog.octo.com/en/pov-a-streaming-communication-platform-for-the-data-mesh/

(mentioned in BLUF) Sofia Tania presentation on Data Mesh Testing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stNZQESndAA

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