June 19, 2020
Netflix is one of the biggest, most recognizable names in the world, and it’s one of the biggest, most recognizable names in data science. In this episode of DS30, our hosts, data science instructors Michael Cullan and Ana Hocevar are joined by Senior data scientist at Netflix, Dr. Becky Tucker, as they discuss how Netflix handles modeling in unstable environments and dive deeper into the tools and methodologies used there.
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June 4, 2020
How are financial institutions using data and data science to create better products and offer better services for their customers?
Senior vice president of financial and strategic analytics at Dime Community Bank Gavriel Giloni joins Rebecca Kalogeris, vice president of marketing at Pragmatic Institute, to talk about the importance of gathering and using data to improve a financial institution. By having a dedicated data team creating and building reports, product professionals are able to spend more time identifying and implementing opportunities and less time finding that information. But navigating the restrictions regarding financial data can prove difficult. Listen to this podcast to see how Gavi and his team are building a data-driven foundation for Dime Community Bank.
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May 19, 2020
What does high-stakes poker and data science have in common?
In this episode of DS30, our hosts, data science instructors Nicholas Cifuentes-Goodbody and Ana Hocevar are joined by data science consultant and professional poker player, Ashley Mason. Ashley discusses his experience with The Data Incubator, time as a professional poker player and exciting projects he's working on.
April 16, 2020
In this episode of the DS30 podcast, our hosts, data science instructors Nicholas Cifuentes-Goodbody and Gonzalo Diaz chat with fellow data science instructor and physicist, Ana Hocevar about the multi-disciplinary nature of data science and her journey into this diverse field.
April 8, 2020
Covid-19 has changed many aspects of our day-to-day lives. It has presented unprecedented challenges to professionals across many fields, but for data scientists it has created a call to action. Members of our very own data science team have combined efforts and created an initiative to assist in supporting leading medical experts and professionals in the fight to stop the spread of the virus.
In this episode of DS30, our hosts, data science instructors Nicholas Cifuentes-Goodbody and Ana Hocevar discuss the groundbreaking Cord-19 data set project with fellow instructor, and head of the Cord-19 initiative, Michael Cullan.
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February 6, 2020
Welcome to the Data Science in 30 Minutes podcast, where our hosts discuss relevant and trending data science topics with experts from around the industry, in (roughly) 30 minutes.
In our inaugural episode, our hosts, data science instructors Nicholas Cifuentes-Goodbody and Gonzalo Diaz talk about their path to data science, what defines it and its importance in the future of business.
February 5, 2020
Netflix is one of the biggest, most recognizable names in the world, and it’s one of the biggest, most recognizable names in data science. But what does that really mean to be a data scientist in a big company like Netflix? Senior data scientist at Netflix, Dr. Becky Tucker, joins our podcast to share her experience learning data science and working at Netflix.
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February 5, 2020
It’s official, guys.
Data science is here to stay. So how can product managers and product marketing managers use data science to improve ROI, products and the very nature of our jobs?
Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing at Pragmatic Institute, and Jon Gatrell, Pragmatic Institute instructor and product extraordinaire, chat about how product management and product marketing has changed since the explosion of data science. Pivot tables are no longer enough to really get the most out of our data. From showing true ROI to personalized marketing to product feature usage and beyond, rich data can make a large difference in your business. Find new insights, patterns and opportunities using data science and take your business and products to the next level.
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February 5, 2020
Is knowledge data, and data knowledge? David Linthicum, Chief Cloud Strategy Officer at Deloitte Consulting says yes.
“Knowledge is the ability to look at massive amounts of information, discern patterns within information, and the ability to deduce things that are occurring within those massive amounts of information” states David in this Pragmatic Live podcast.
Pragmatic Institute’s very own Michael Li, president of data sciences, is joined by David to discuss data and its role in enterprises. From obstacles that companies face in embracing data-driven products, to insights on how to deal with living in a flat data culture, David speaks on his experience in the industry and provides a great metaphor for the data-driven experience. Listen in for David’s advice on training, data and how to utilize failure as a means to continue to push forward.