How many times have we seen people running to finish what they have been asked for? Only to find out not too long after finishing that customer barely used it or didn’t really use it at all. Did you know that is what happens to 64% of features in products? Then what should we focus on? I want to know what you think, leave me a comment below.
I’m planning to bet my education efforts on Data Analytics in Business, I’m starting an edX course about the subject in spring
I’ve been looking for some related books as well, so far these are the most promising I’ve found, ley me know if you consider anything else worth reading, or any MOOC course you know about:
From the Venezuela humanitarian problem we have seen that many regional organisms are simply a decoration. This time I would like Ecuador to be part of something that really works. Watch video below (it’s in spanish, use captions if needed)
Watch video below. Video is in spanish, you can use youtube subtitles if you want to.
I hated R the first time I saw it. It seemed to me it wasn’t as community supported as python, I struggled to learn the language by myself. But I’m taking my second graduate course that uses R and teacher has taken the time in the schedule to explain R.
In the very beginning I didn’t understand why this language was so important to learn for a data scientist, a language I had barely heard of. But only when I got to use it was when I realized why.
It’s so simple, so elegant, so straightforward. You can do so much with such a few lines of code, sometimes I don’t even miss Python, and that’s a something that I cannot say of most languages.
I haven’t gotten a chance to work with Scala yet, that’s one of my goals for 2018, I hope it’ll be as enjoyable as what Phyton and R have become for me. It’s being a whole journey to become a data scientist, loving every minute of it, and loving to share it with you guys. See ya next time.
Dean Zvi Galil breathes and lives the OMSCS, it’s part of his DNA. Here is some information provided by him about the program and about the Computer Science current job availiability in the US compared to other degrees. Go OMSCSers!!