How to Get Started in Data Science and Analytics
13 February 2019
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Academy Xi, 48 Druitt Street, Sydney 2000
Data Science analyses the methods, processes, algorithms, and systems used to extract knowledge from data. Data Scientists are investigators, storytellers, and problem solvers who use raw data to create actionable insights.
As the backbone of any well-informed decision, data has become vital in driving the strategy and future roadmap of many businesses. Statistica predicts that the big data industry will be worth US$42 billion in 2018, and by 2027 is expected to be valued at over US$103 billion.
So what skills do you need to become a Data Scientist, and what opportunities does the industry have?
At How to Get Started in Data Science, we’ll explore:
- Why is Data Science relevant to your career
- What are the opportunities and future of Data Science
- How you can get started and get your foot in the door with Data Science
- What are the most important skills Data Scientists need?
Data Science and Analytics Partner
Felipe is a leading advanced analytics and data science partner, working with teams in a range of different organisations and helping them build, manage and enhance their data science and analytics capabilities. Felipe has a unique combination of in-depth technical expertise and many years of business experience - making him a valuable partner to organisations that need help bridging the gap between the technical and business worlds. Felipe is also an analytics instructor with experience disseminating practical and actionable data infrastructure, cloud, analytics and visualisation techniques in both classrooms and online settings. When Felipe is not partnering with clients or helping students, he’s a research candidate in Learning Analytics at The University of Sydney in Australia. Alongside all this, Felipe is also an international speaker and blogger, talking and writing regularly on a wide range of topics including Data Science, AI, Machine Learning, Predictive Analytics, Statistical Computing and Data Visualisation.
For more, visit: feliperego.com.au
Dates and fees
13 February 2019
6:00 pm ~ 7:30 pm
48 Druitt Street,