Matt LeMay is the co-founder of Constellate Data, a consultancy that helps companies bring human depth and dimension back to their data. In his work as a technology communicator, Matt has developed and led product management and data strategy workshops for companies like Procter and Gamble, GE, McCann, and American Express. Previously, Matt worked as Senior Product Manager at music startup Songza (acquired by Google), and Head of Consumer Product at Bitly. Matt is also a musician, recording engineer, and the author of a book about singer-songwriter Elliott Smith.
The What & Why of APIs
From Twitter to Facebook to smartphones to ATMs, APIs power our digital lives. We will discuss the basics of APIs: what they are, how they work, and why they matter.
Big Data Demystified: Hadoop and NoSQL for Beginners
In this class, you’ll receive a comprehensive overview of the technologies powering big data, from the history to the future and everything in between.
Big Data Demystified: Hadoop and NoSQL for Terrified Absolute Beginners
In this class, you’ll receive a comprehensive overview of the technologies powering big data.
How to Build a Data-Driven Organization
Discover how to evaluate your organizational data needs and shift your team to be more data-centric.
GA + The New School Business Accelerator
The New School University and General Assembly have teamed up to present a unique opportunity to 30 students interested in making an impact on the world: The Business Accelerator.
Becoming a Product Manager: How to Make the Leap
Join us for a panel discussion with three product managers as we examine the traits most important to making it in the field.
GA + Colgate Business Accelerator
Colgate University and GA have teamed up to present 25 students with the opportunity to learn entrepreneurial skills that will enable them to make an impact on the world.
Replays: Getting Up and Running with APIs (Online Workshop)
By the end of this workshop, you will walk away with a better understanding of the secret language spoken by the devices and applications that we interact with every day.
The What and Why of APIs (Livestream from NYC)
From Twitter to Facebook to Tumblr to smartphones to ATMs, APIs power our digital lives. We will discuss the basics of APIs: what they are, how they work, and why they matter.