We recently hosted two related live online Ask Me Anything sessions on our Community Slack Channel. The first was with Caroline Csernus, Bootcamp Program Manager in Chicago, and the second was with Jesel Roosevelt, Bootcamp Program Manager in NYC. Each answered questions about the overall Data Science Bootcamp experience, plus some specific questions pertaining to how things run at each location. Read highlights here.
In July, we hosted our 3rd annual Demystifying Data Science live online conference. On Day 2, we offered 8 talks and 3 workshops filled with content geared toward an audience of Data-Focused Business Leaders and Practitioners. We couldn't have asked for a better way to start the day than by hearing a keynote talk from Hilary Mason, General Manager of Machine Learning at Cloudera. Read a recap of it here + get access to the recording for free.
When our Sr. Data Scientists aren't teaching the intensive, 12-week bootcamps or corporate training courses, they're working on a variety of other projects. This monthly blog series tracks and discusses some of their recent activities and accomplishments.
Last month, we had the pleasure of hosting our 3rd annual Demystifying Data Science live online conference. Day 2 was filled with talks and workshops geared toward an audience of Data-Focused Business Leaders and Practitioners. In this post, we'll briefly recap what happened on that day, including who spoke, what they discussed, and how you can access every recorded talk and workshop for learning on your own time.
Data scientists are often described as hybrids: part statistician, part computer scientist; part analyst, part strategist. But while we focus on the myriad technical skills that a data scientist should possess, we often overlook one of the foundational skills (without which the whole edifice falls apart): communication skills. In this post, read three tips for improving your professional communication skills.
There’s no shortage of discussion in the data science community about WHERE to best learn data science. However, there’s precious little discussion of a topic that’s arguably more important: HOW to learn data science. In this guest post from Dataquest, read about the 3 crucial things you need to do no matter where you're learning.
Considering her career path and where she is now, it’s remarkable to think that Tiffany Moeller has never taken a college-level math course. Read how she went from earning a degree in counseling to finding her way into data science and engineering, all the while finding motivation from the idea of using data for social good.