When you already have some experience with Python, building your own portfolio of data science projects is the best way to showcase your skills to potential employers. But where do you begin with developing your very first Python project?
Python is a simple yet powerful programming language that’s a must for beginners and advanced programmers alike. Here’s why.
There I was—at Nvidia Deep learning & AI, the most prestigious deep learning event, waiting for my hands-on training to begin. It felt great to be there! But as I waited for things to start, observing the others who sat around me, I realized something: most of the attendants were men! In a crowded hall where around 200 people were waiting for a lecture, less than 10% were women. Where were the rest, and why was I one of the few female representatives who attended this conference?
Knowing how to improve SQL query performance is an important skill, especially when working with with large databases. In this article, you’ll learn how to write more efficient SQL queries to get results faster.
Looking for a data science job? Then you’ve probably noticed that most positions require applicants to have some level of Python programming skills. But how are they going to test this? What are they going to ask? Let’s prepare you for some interview questions!
So, you’ve finally landed your first technical job? Congrats! But you go to the office and find that there are millions of things to memorize, tons of command-line magic to perform, and strange jargon being thrown around among your team members that you simply can’t keep up with… How do you manage all of this without going crazy?