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My Symposium 2018 Takeaways and Sketchnotes

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This symposium was a different one for me.  The sessions dedicated to women and the session LED by women were truly inspiring.  Also, I tried a different note-taking technique this year, sketchnoting.  See my previous post.  Here are my sketchnotes and some quick takeaways from each session:

The Cortex Engine:  Process at Scale

“Cortex is to Sitecore processing like xConnect is to xDB.”

Cortex is a set of components used to gather large amounts of data and process it via machine learning into marketing-ready information.  It uses tasks (distributed tasks and deferred actions–lower priority) to do the processing that is normally done manually by a marketing team.

A big takeaway from this session is that you’ll need a data scientist to provide direction to the developer to fine tune the Cortex model and then to be able to consume the processed data. Cortex will be available in Sitecore…

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