Data Chats host Chris Richardson sits down with Ahmad Namini, a Business Analytics Professor at Brandeis University and data analytics instructor at The Data Incubator who has held leadership roles across the financial investment management industry. The two discuss key data roles and how to create a culture where data professionals can develop business knowledge and gain those "missing" skills that are crucial to success.
Join Sierra King, director of admissions for TDI and Robert Schroll, data scientist and instructor with TDI, as they discuss in depth some amazing tips and tricks for creation of the perfect capstone project and how and what it means to be part of the TDI fellowship.
Welcome to the Pragmatic Live Data Chat, a podcast by Pragmatic Institute and The Data Incubator where our hosts tackle hot data science topics with data experts, industry leaders, alumni, and instructors.
In today's episode, learn how to craft and define a clear narrative around your data to contribute more strategically. Host Chris Richardson is joined by Christopher Laubenthal, a data and visualization consultant for Lockton Companies and information designer.
Field Cady, Data Scientist at Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2).
Some data scientists work for one employer on a single large, long-lived project. Others function as consultants who move quickly between different projects, datasets, and even industries. Each of these paths can make for a rewarding career (or first job) in data science, but they have their own pros and cons. This podcast will compare the skills they teach and require, the best ways to approach problems, and the realities of the day-to-day work.
On a national scale most of us have an understanding of the candidates that are running for office and even who we favor, but when the time has come to vote, many of us realize that there are many candidates for state positions we know nothing about. One DS30 alumni decided to change that.
In this episode of DS30, our host, data science instructor Ana Hocevar is joined by Matt Sternke, TDI alumni and data scientist, to discuss his groundbreaking Capstone project and how it could assist citizens in better understanding local politics and make more informed decisions when voting.
We see more and more electric vehicles every day, but the question remains, how will this influx of electrical demand affect our current power grids?
In this episode of DS30, our host, data science instructor Ana Hocevar is joined by Rohith Desikan, a software/data engineer at Weave Grid, to discuss the intersection of machine learning and sustainability, specifically how Rohith's work contributes toward addressing how to prepare electrical grids for the incoming growth in the EV sector.
Join Christine Plitt, Vice President of Operations & Educational Services, and TDI alumni, Newton Le and Andrew Graczyk as they discuss how one can navigate their career transition out of academia and into industry for data science.