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Most Junior Data Scientist Required Skills based on my personal experience and analysis prt 1

Is not easy to be a wannabe Data Scientist. Be a Data Scientist is fucking hard, be a self-learner Data Scientist even harder. Time is never enough, you need to focus, and focus on what market needs, this way you will have more chance to survive. Where to focus? You need to identify a path … Read more

Git and Git Hub

In the last job interview for a Data Scientist position a skill required was the version control knowledge. A version control system is a changes management tool for software development, one of the most common is GIT. I never used Git, as self-learner always coded and made my analysis on Notepad++ and then run my … Read more

Applying Markov Inequality and Central Limit Theorem on Pomodoro Records to Estimate the Probability to Improve Daily Performance

One day I will improve how to publish a better post from Jupiter on WordPress, all is still work in progress. The script, that you can find on my GitHub,  will estimate based on my past records the probability to study more Python (or whatever variable are you tracking), in terms of Pomodoro time slots … Read more

Data Scientist Career Track with Python

The 30th of December I finished the “Data Scientist Career Track with Python” on DataCamp.com. It was a great journey and it lasted 226 h (tracked with the Pomodoro Technique). The Career Track is composed of 20 courses, I also enrolled other two, the first on SQL, the second on PostgreSQL This career track cost … Read more

First Post, Where It All Started

The first time I heard about Machine Learning was during my Master Degree in Civil Engineer when I enrolled the course “Theory of road infrastructure”. Here the prof. De Blasiis talked about Neural Networks applied to road accident analysis and the subject was completely mind-blowing. After that, I started reading about Machine Learning, but only … Read more