- Recently fired/quit from startup, trying to come up with a plan A year ago i was hired as a data scientist in a very niche field at a pre-revenue start-up. i hated the job i had before, and this field meshed well with my background (i have a BS in biomedical engineering, which was related to this company’s value prop). i lived in Seattle (very expensive), but i
- link SWE TO DS My background - masters degree in CS - working as a SWE for a few years now My study path towards DS - started off by brushing my stats/calculus/linear algebra - completed machine learning course by andrew ng on coursera - completed the machine learning for coders course by fast.ai - built a coup
- vote Which programming to learn I am not a SWE. I would like to start some course in udemy or coursera. I have good SQL skills. Which. Technology/programming language should I learn? which language is most used in companies now a days? I am not targeting only google. Suggest what other language should I learn?
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- Just enough Math for the working programmer I don't have a CS major. Whatever Math I learnt at school has long been erased from my memory. I just learnt Java and Oracle stored procedures and guess what ... I became programmer :) Fast forward 10 years All my projects are talking about statistics, probability and linear algebra. I try to read
- Learn Data Systems Is coursera still a good resource to learn topics like this? This specific course given an intro to core database concepts, distributed database systems, no-sql database systems and big data tools. I am a software developer and Want to know this from developer perspective. If you have better organ