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Cheers to 5 Years! Metis Celebrates a Half Decade of Data Science Training

By Metis • December 10, 2018

As we celebrate our 5th anniversary, we want to thank our incredible community of alumni, students, staff, and other close members of the Metis family for all their support, hard work, and dedication throughout the years. Our growth and success are only possible because of this support, which allows us to continue toward the overall goal of bringing data science training and education to the world. In this post, check out a video and infographic about our past, present, and future.

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Important Changes At Metis: A Note From Our Founder

By Jason Moss • December 05, 2018

In this letter from Jason Moss, Metis President & Founder, learn about upcoming, important changes that will drive our overall effort to keep the bootcamp thriving and provide educational resources to beginner-level students at an affordable price point. Read the post to find out more!

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Metis NYC Now Proudly Accepting GI Bill Benefits

By Emily Wilson • May 09, 2018

We’re proud to announce that Metis is now approved to offer GI Bill benefits to student veterans who are accepted to our data science bootcamp in New York City. Learn more in this post, including how the process works.

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Metis Co-Founder & President Jason Moss on Three Leagues of Data Literacy

By Emily Wilson • April 08, 2018

Read Metis co-founder and president Jason Moss's article for IT ProPortal: The Three Leagues of Data Literacy – and How to Play to Win. In it, he explains why data literacy in business is increasingly crucial.

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Metis Student Jeff Kao Responds to Net Neutrality Project Going Viral

By Emily Wilson • December 01, 2017

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.

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Metis Student's Post Goes Viral - Shows 1.3 Million+ Pro-Repeal Net Neutrality Comments Were Faked

By Emily Wilson • November 28, 2017

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 ...

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Metis Earns SwitchUp's Best Bootcamp Award For Second Straight Year!

By Emily Wilson • November 24, 2017

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.

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Women Who Code Scholarship Winner Using What She Learned In Metis Intro Course

By Emily Wilson • November 17, 2017

Allison Hegel recently won a scholarship to our Live Online Intro to Data Science course through Women Who Code's weekly publication, CODE Review. Read how she's using what she learned in the course as she pursues a Ph.D. in English.

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Sr. Data Scientist Roundup: Geek of the Week, ODSC Talks, & Feature Scaling Blog Post

By Emily Wilson • November 07, 2017

When our Sr. Data Scientists aren't in the classroom teaching bootcamps, you can find them engaged in corporate training efforts, working on curriculum development, giving talks at conferences and Meetups, writing blog posts on topics of interest, working on data-focused passion projects...and the list goes on. This new monthly blog series will track and discuss some of their recent activities and accomplishments.

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Metis Reaction to Executive Order

By Emily Wilson • January 31, 2017

At Metis, we have the privilege of teaching data science to people from around the world. Our students, alumni, and staff benefit greatly from the diverse range of perspectives and talents brought into the classroom every day by people of all nationalities, religions, orientations, and backgrounds.

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DrivenData Contest: Building the Best Naive Bees Classifier

By Emily Wilson • April 21, 2016

We sponsored the Naive Bees Classifier contest by DrivenData and these are the exciting results! Meet the top three finishers.

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Why San Francisco? Metis Data Science Bootcamp Expands to Second City

By Emily Wilson • January 26, 2016

Last week, we kicked off our first Data Science Bootcamp in San Francisco, a week after our sixth in NYC began.

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Metis Online Training, Explore Data Science, Now Live

By Emily Wilson • January 21, 2016

Explore Data Science, our new self-paced online training that introduces common data science theory and techniques to help programmers, mathematicians, and other technical professionals expand their data science expertise, is now live.

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Metis Chief Data Scientist Debbie Berebichez Discusses 'Latinas Missing from STEM'

By Emily Wilson • January 14, 2016

Metis Chief Data Scientist Debbie Berebichez discusses the lack of Latinas in STEM careers.

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Introducing Metis Chief Data Scientist, Dr. Debbie Berebichez

By Emily Wilson • November 30, 2015

We are excited and honored to welcome Physicist, Data Scientist, and TV Host Dr. Debbie Berebichez to the Metis team as our Chief Data Scientist.

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What's all the Buzz about at Metis?

By Emily Wilson • October 09, 2015

Our friends at DrivenData are on a mission to combat the spread of Colony Collapse Disorder with data.