Take a look at what's possible in just 12 weeks in this post, which features two final projects created by recent graduates of our data science bootcamp. James Cho predicted snowfall in California's Sierra Nevada mountains (which helps predict water supply) while Lauren Shareshian predicted home prices in Portland, Oregon.
While working as a software engineer at a consulting agency, Sravanthi Ponnana automated computer hardware ordering processes for a project with Microsoft, attempting to identify existing and/or potential loopholes in the ordering system. But what she discovered underneath the data caused her to rethink her career. Read her story.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Senthil Gandhi, Data Scientist at Autodesk in San Francisco, where he built Design Graph, an automated search and completion tool for 3D Design that leverages machine learning. He discusses his work and gives advice to both current and aspiring data scientists.
In the second installment of this series, Metis Sr. Data Scientist Jonathan Balaban provides four key strategies to unify stakeholders across your next data science consulting effort, whether you're working with a Fortune 50 firm or a small business of 50 staff members.
Find out what Metis Sr. Data Scientists have been up to recently, including a presentation at an exclusive roundtable of data science educators and thought leaders, being featured on a podcast, and writing new and engaging blog content.
This is part 1 of a 3-part series written by Metis Sr. Data Scientist Jonathan Balaban. In it, he distills best practices learned over a decade of consulting with dozens of organizations in the private, public, and philanthropic sectors. Enjoy part 1, and stay tuned for more in the coming weeks.
Earlier this week, we wrote about current Metis student Jeff Kao, whose blog post about his ongoing bootcamp final project went viral. We caught up with him to ask about the experience, why he chose this project, and more.
Course Report, a most excellent resource for all things data science bootcamp, recently interviewed Metis graduate Jamie Fradkin about the evolution of her current role as a Data Scientist at BuzzFeed, where she's now worked for more than a year-and-a-half. Fradkin, a former biomedical engineer, attended our Data Science Bootcamp in New York City after a decision to switch careers because of her desire to make use of her math and statistics skills. Read the full interview!
Current Metis student Jeff Kao’s recent HackerNoon post, More than a Million Pro-Repeal Net Neutrality Comments were Likely Faked , is making waves around the internet, eliciting shock at the scope of the identified issue, while also extracting further evidence that data scientists are uniquely equipped to tackle complex societal ...
We're proud to announce that we've been named Best Bootcamp by SwitchUp for the second year in a row! This award is given based on alumni reviews, ratings, and course data populated on SwitchUp throughout the year.