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How to Overcome That Awkward Silence in Interviews

By Jillian Kramer We’ve all been there: what we thought was an excellent interview quickly degrades as we sit with the hiring manager in silence—left only to wonder what we have done wrong to encourage our colleague to stop speaking entirely. (Talk about awkward!) And so, we get it: “The silence in an interview is […]

Preparing for the Data Science Job Hunt

Editor’s note: This piece was written in collaboration with SwitchUp, an online platform for researching and reviewing technology learning programs. Erica Freedman is a Content Specialist at SwitchUp. Job hunting is stressful, especially if you’re moving into an entirely new field. In this post, I give tips on finding data science jobs, looking up salaries, […]

A Data Science Project Style Guide

Employers usually give a lot of weight to a candidate’s portfolio when hiring for a junior data science role. Although you may be capable of technically impressive projects, your job hunt will suffer if you don’t pay enough attention to the stylistic aspects as well. A busy employer is not going to review poorly constructed […]

Take These 7 Small Steps To Make a Big Career Move

By Michele Lando One of the biggest fears many people face when it comes to career development is how to change or transition careers without getting pigeonholed into one industry or field. Believe it or not, changing careers isn’t as difficult as you may think. To make things a little less intimidating, here are 7 […]

How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome For Good

By Sarah Johnson I was working at a job I loved when I started to wonder whether I was a bit of a fraud. Digital strategy and client service was my forte. But when I was offered extra responsibilities that suddenly had me leading meetings with top affiliate global marketers (while I had minimal experience […]

Fixing Education: Motivation and Freedom

Public education, at least in the US, only ever exposes you to one way of learning—top-down hierarchy, and assignments. While some people thrive in this environment, I am not one of them. After college, I was thrown into the world with a 2.1 GPA, no real skills, and no idea of what to do next. […]

How to Write a Bootcamp Review that Actually Helps People

Editor’s note: This post was written as part of a collaboration with SwitchUp, an online platform for researching and reviewing technology learning programs. Erica Freedman is a Content and Client Services Specialist at SwitchUp. Data Science is a rapidly growing industry. From university programs to week-long cohorts, it can be difficult to decide where to […]

Want a Job in Data? Learn This.

Why mastering a 50-year-old programming language is the key to getting a data science job. SQL is old. There, I said it. I first heard about SQL in 1997. I was in high school, and as part of a computing class we were working with databases in Microsoft Access. The computers we used were outdated, […]

How to Get Your First Job as a Data Scientist.

Many aspiring data scientists focus on doing Kaggle competitions as a way to build their portfolios. Kaggle is an excellent way to practice, but it should only be one of many avenues you use to work on data science projects. This is because Kaggle competitions only focus on a narrow part of data science work. […]

How to become a data scientist

Data science is one of the most buzzed about fields right now, and data scientists are in extreme demand. And with good reason — data scientists are doing everything from creating self-driving cars to automatically captioning images. Given all the interesting applications, it makes sense that data science is a very sought-after career. Data science […]

What is Data Engineering?

This is the first in a series of posts on Data Engineering. If you like this and want to know when the next post in the series is released, you can subscribe at the bottom of the page. From helping cars drive themselves to helping Facebook tag you in photos, data science has attracted a […]

How to get a data science job

You’ve done it. You just spent months learning how to analyze data and make predictions. You’re now able to go from raw data to well structured insights in a matter of hours. After all that effort, you feel like it’s time to take the next step, and get your first data science job. Unfortunately for […]

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