Our EAG Spotlight is Zachary Newton! Zachary is a Senior Data Architect at EAG with 14+ years of experience in accounting, planning, finance, data analytics, automation, and project management. Throughout his career, Zachary has worked for multiple large companies in the exploration and production and oil field services sectors, where he led projects to streamline accounting processes, automate reporting, build applications, and implement new enterprise resource planning systems (ERP).
In his spotlight, Zachary shares key information that he has learned, what inspires him, words to live by, and more!
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This year I helped revamp an ETL process for a client post-merger—we reiterated the process countless times until it ran seamlessly. Nothing beats a smooth ETL process in production!
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Consistent sleep is paramount for overall health. Going to bed at the same time and getting a solid 8 hours can significantly boost your longevity.
In my free time I like to run, play golf, and spend time with my daughter. The trails in Eleanor Tinsley Park are a great place for an afternoon run.
As a Data Architect and CPA, people might assume I’m an introvert, but I actually love public speaking. Currently, I hold the title of Toastmasters International Speech Champion for the Houston area.
I have a rule that while my daughter is at home and awake, I don’t work. It keeps me present as a father and helps me turn off work for more important activities. Remember, work will be waiting for you in the morning.
I am inspired by folks who get out and learn something new. Returning to being a novice is difficult, but watching people do it inspires me to continue reinventing myself.
All men dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act on their dreams with open eyes, to make them possible.
I can find a needle in a haystack. I can reconcile a 1m record dataset and find the 1 line causing the issue.