Roger Magoulas

Roger Magoulas is the director of market research at O'Reilly Media. Magoulas runs a team that is building an open source analysis infrastucture and provides analysis services, including technology trend analysis, to business decision-makers at O'Reilly and beyond. In previous incarnations, Magoulas designed and implemented data warehouse projects for organizations ranging from the San Francisco Opera to the Alberta Motor Club.

2013 Data Science Salary Survey 2013 Data Science Salary Survey
by Roger Magoulas, John King
February 2014 (est.)
Ebook: $0.00

Economic Impact of Open Source on Small Business: A Case Study Economic Impact of Open Source on Small Business: A Case Study
by Mike Hendrickson, Roger Magoulas, Tim O'Reilly
July 2012
Ebook: $0.00

Twitter and the Micro-Messaging Revolution: Communication, Connections, and Immediacy--140 Characters at a Time Twitter and the Micro-Messaging Revolution: Communication, Connections, and Immediacy--140 Characters at a Time
by Abdur Chowdhury, Gregor Hochmuth, Ben Lorica, Roger Magoulas, Sarah Milstein, Tim O'Reilly
June 2009
Ebook: $99.00

Where 2.0: The State of the Geospatial Web Where 2.0: The State of the Geospatial Web
by Brady Forrest, Ben Lorica, Roger Magoulas, Andrew Turner
June 2009
Ebook: $399.00

Virtual Worlds: A Business Guide Virtual Worlds: A Business Guide
by Ben Lorica, Roger Magoulas
June 2009
Ebook: $249.00 Ebook: $249.00

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Need speed for big data? Think in-memory data management

January 18 2013

By Ben Lorica and Roger Magoulas In a forthcoming report we will highlight technologies and solutions that take advantage of the decline in prices of RAM, the popularity of distributed and cloud computing systems, and the need for faster queries … read more

Open source won

July 30 2012

I heard the comments a few times at the 14th OSCON: The conference has lost its edge. The comments resonated with my own experience — a shift in demeanor, a more purposeful, optimistic attitude, less itching for a fight. Yes, … read more

7 emergent themes from Webstock reveal a framework

March 17 2011

The speakers at the recent Webstock conference in New Zealand gravitated toward many of the same themes. Taken together, these themes create a framework for building the next generation of services, applications and devices. read more

Need faster machine learning? Take a set-oriented approach

January 28 2011

We recently faced the type of big data challenge we expect to become increasingly common: scaling up the performance of a machine learning classifier for a large set of unstructured data. In this post, we explain how a set-oriented approach led to huge performance gains. read more

Ebooks and the threat from "internal constituencies"

November 02 2010

Will internal constituencies bias how publishers value print book and ebook business models? Roger Magoulas examines that question and looks at the complementary relationship between print and electronic forms. read more

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