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About Jordan Tigani
Jordan Tigani is currently Director of Product Management for Google BigQuery. He has more than 20 years of professional software development experience, the last 8 of which have been spent creating and developing BigQuery. Other previous jobs have ranged from working on machine learning at an advertising startup to Microsoft Research to working at a short-lived mobile location-based social network buzzword generator.
Jordan has a bachelor's degree from Harvard and an MS from the University of Washington.
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