Data Science Delivered – Consulting skills

I recently gave a lighting talk at PyData Meetup London where I talked about ‘Consulting skills for Data Scientists’. Here are the slides here https://speakerdeck.com/springcoil/consulting-skills-for-data-scientists  My thoughts Some thoughts – these are not just related to ‘consulting skills’ but something more nuanced – general soft skills and business skills – which are essential for those… Continue reading Data Science Delivered – Consulting skills

Interview with a Data Scientist: Ian Ozsvald

Ian Ozsvald is a Data Scientist based in London. He’s a friend and an inspiration to all us data geeks. He’s a co-organizer of PyData in London and speaks a lot on the data science circuit. He’s also very tall 🙂 I include a bio at the bottom. 1. What project have you worked on do you… Continue reading Interview with a Data Scientist: Ian Ozsvald

Interview with a Data Scientist: Ian Huston

Bio: Ian started out as a theoretical physicist, moved into data science a few years ago and is now part of the data science team at Pivotal Labs, the agile software consulting arm of Pivotal. Ian has worked on a variety of customer engagements at Pivotal including catastrophe risk modelling, fashion & consumer analytics, factory production… Continue reading Interview with a Data Scientist: Ian Huston

Interview with a Data Scientist (Jeroen Latour)

I interviewed a former work colleague – Jeroen Latour. Jeroen is a Senior Data Scientist with a consultancy in the Netherlands called TriFinance and he will soon be joining the Booking.com team as a Data Scientist. He remarks on his analytics consultancy experience here which was formed both at IBM and TriFinance. 1. What project… Continue reading Interview with a Data Scientist (Jeroen Latour)