Former MySQL staffer Zack Urlocker is going to try to do for predictive analytics what he once did for relational database systems: bring open source code to a user population that hasn't necessarily had access to the technology before.
He's joining the board of REvolution Computing, a supplier of the open source R language used in statistical computing and analytics. Urlocker will work with CEO and President Norman Nie and fellow board members Robert Gentleman, the co-creator of R, and Don Nickelson, former president of The Paine Webber Group.
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