In case you missed it. Here is short list of the most popular content on the DataScienceReport.com last week. Read More
MIT’s Adjunct Professor Michael Stonebraker, discusses the future of Hadoop. Hadoop is technically the open source version of MapReduce, created by Google/Yahoo.
Google has long since dropped MapReduce in favor of better solutions, so will the market follow suit?Read More
As our society transforms into a data-driven one, the role of the Data Scientist is becoming more and more important. If you want to be on the leading edge of what is sure to become a major profession in the not-too-distant future, this book can show you how. Read More
Data Scientist, Drew Conway calls them “10 reasons to always start your analysis in R”. They’re all very useful R packages that every data scientist/analytics should be aware of. Read More…
Great Free 157page eBook “An Introduction to Data Science” by By Jeffrey Stanton of Syracuse University, which has an excellent Information Science & Techology Masters Program
This is video of Pete Skomoroch, former Principal Data Scientist at Linkedin, giving the Keynote Presentation at the Lucene/Solr Revolution Conf in San Diego this year.
It covers one of Pete’s key projects building out the Skills, Reputation and Search for LinkedIn. Watch Video
Data Scientist, Zack Voulgaris, gets philosophical about the merits of Data Science in this guest post.
He writes “What I do want to talk about is the philosophical aspects of data science and its usefulness to the world, after the hype of big data inevitably wanes. Hence the term Philognosia, which I define as the love of knowledge, particularly applicable knowledge, as a human value and an attitude towards the digital world. Read More…
Recently, Data Scientist Meetup (Boston) hosted Dan Dietrich of EMC to come talk about Build Data Science Teams. It’s always good to hear the perspective of someone like David who has the opportunity to work with many companies through EMC and identify some best practices. Read More…
What’s the best way to become a data scientist? Well, you could earn an advanced degree from an accredited university, a process that may take several years and cost tens of thousands of dollars. Or you could go the express route by taking a 11 to 12 week certification course at night in either San Francisco or New York. Read More…
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