I’ve explained in other articles that Data Science is not a replacement for other data technologies, it’s a continuation of … More
I’ve covered the Data Science Body of Knowledge here on this blog, and there’s quite a bit there to get … More
When a new technology comes around, there’s a temptation to think that it replaces a previous one. But most of … More
I travel a great deal for my work. For instance, in the next two weeks alone, I’ll travel from Florida … More
Probably the most interesting reactions I get (and that’s saying a lot) is when I tell people that … More
About once a week or so, after teaching a Data Science class or at an event, I’ll get asked “Hey … More
If you’ve upgraded to the Windows 10 Anniversary Edition (writing this as of 2016), you have a new way of … More
Data Science attempts to derive meaning from data. There are a lot of techniques, processes and tools you can … More
It’s my custom to learn continuously – I keep a technical book, course, or class going at all times, and the latest I completed was a course called “Learning How to Learn” on Coursera. (highly recommended, by the way).
The instructors covered an interesting topic in that course – that you should not focus on the result of what you’re learning.
Everyone likes to be recognized for good work. And yet, most of us don’t hear back when we do a good job. But you can fix that: With a simple acknowledgement of how someone has helped you, you can help them have a great day, and perhaps even boost their career.