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If you are a Data Scientist wondering what companies could have the most career opportunities or an employer looking to hire the best data science talent but aren’t sure what titles to use in your job listings — a recent report using Diffbot’s Knowledge Graph could hold some answers for

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Choosing a Bootcamp in person or online is a tough decision, most people are looking for a career change that could boost their employment opportunities and salary. At Dataconomy we spoke to Ariadna Cuffi, a student from the Allwomen data science course for a detailed review. Allwomen have courses in

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Troy Shu shares his advice on starting a new role, becoming a better storyteller, stakeholder management, managing up, and building a consultancy. Editor’s note: the post was originally published at Towards Data Science, a Medium publication sharing concepts, ideas, and codes. Troy Shu is currently a data scientist at Lyft, a

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On March 18th at 6 PM CET, Elena Poughia, Data Natives’ CEO and curator shared her tips on how advance in your data science career during a live Ask Me Anything Session available via DN Club. Here is the recap of the AMA session with selected Q&As. In January we

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In just one day, the HackCorona initiative gathered over 1700 people and 300 selected hackers came up with 23 digital solutions to help the world fight the COVID-19 outbreak during the 48-hour long virtual hackathon by Data Natives and Hacking Health. Here are the results. HackCorona was created on March 17th

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The models you create have real-world applications that affect how your colleagues do their jobs. That means they need to understand what you’ve created, how it works, and what its limitations are. They can’t do any of these things if it’s all one big mystery they don’t understand. “I’m afraid

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