Salman Khan has a background in computer science and an MBA in Technology and Innovation from the Ted Rogers School of Management.
A strong technology sector, resilient financial system, fantastic talent pool and low business costs put Toronto on the global fintech […]
The Toronto region is gaining a worldwide reputation as a welcoming destination for tech-centric companies. In this LinkedIn article, I […]
The intersection of Canada’s financial centre, Toronto, and the city’s tech landscape is a major reason why the region has […]
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Blockchain and bitcoin technologies are the rage in the fintech industry, often leading to passionate discussions on which of the two will prevail and become the accepted industry standard. Backed by traditional financial institutions, Blockchain seems to be the leading contender. My article, introducing both technologies was published in the leading technology website, TheNextWeb.
Data is the new oil. The global economy in the last century was essentially fuelled by black gold. Today’s data-driven smart economy has grown much faster than the economic growth of the yesteryears. But does big data analytics generate ROI today?
Steve Jobs once said that “the ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the […]
Using Tableau, I was able to visualize City of Toronto’s parking data in an easy to use dashboard format. The dashboard is interactive and you can drill down to specific types of parking infractions or specific hours of that day to gain more insight into the data set.
This interactive map displays the highest parking revenue generating streets in the City of Toronto in 2015. Were you issued a parking ticket on these streets? Zoom in to find out how much revenue each street generated!
Data from the City of Toronto’s Open Data program was used to create a visualization of the streets where the parking infractions happened in 2015. You can use the interactive map to zoom in to specific neighbourhoods and determine the number of tickets and total fine issued on specific streets.