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This no-cost data science resource is valuable to seasoned practitioners as well as beginners looking to break into the rapidly expanding field of data science.
Every week, OpenDataScience.com features tens of new data science blogs and talks by some of the biggest names in the industry, hitting on a variety of high-demand topics; from Intro to Deep Learning to Bayesian Statistics and everything in between.
Being a data scientist is an awesome way to make a living. It’s one of the best paying careers and exposes people to very exciting projects. What has been described as one the best jobs of the 21st century will get someone involved in everything from health prediction apps to driverless cars.
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The good news is, OpenDataScience.com has made it easier to find the perfect job. OpenDataScience.com’s dedicated data science jobs section, features the best roles from some of the world’s leading tech companies including: Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft and so many more!
Having a hearty skill set of open source tools helps any resume. Familiarity with Python, R, Julia, Stan, scikit-learn, Drill, Hadoop, Spark and so on are all things peers and employers look for. Luckily, these tools are just a click away at OpenDataScience.com. Read blogs and watch videos about how the latest data science tools, trends and languages are transforming the world around us.
What can offer better bragging rights and insights than learning these tools from the all-stars who created them? These are some extremely innovative individuals and OpenDataScience.com visitors have access to all of these great data science talks, at no cost!
To be honest, becoming a data scientist is not just about ticking off a bunch of skill boxes. It’s a passion, a life's work and a journey. It's important that resource websites like OpenDataScience.com are on that road.