Disclosure: I’m not really a data scientist these days, I’m a founder of a tech startup (which has a core AI component). These are my unfair, biased, and prejudiced views based on experience of being a professional data scientist for something like a decade. So firstly, I think it’s worth declaring that machine learning and… Continue reading How can Data Scientists survive layoffs?
Unbundling of people or ‘rise of the creator class’ If you work in Tech you end up exposed to trends, and if you’re a product-focused engineer you think a lot about ‘product’, product strategy and what’s ‘coming next’. One question in our current ecosystem is ‘what’s next after marketplaces’ we’ve already seen very successful companies… Continue reading The rise of the creator class
I’ve been working on software products for several years now. And while a lot of my work has been greenfield, I’ve struggled to articulate the different kinds of work that happens in product development. Des Traynor one of the founders of Intercom had a great talk about this. (Source: Video) Often people don’t understand the two… Continue reading The two kinds of work in Software Products
I recently caught up with Noelle Saldana and she shared some of her experiences as a Data Scientist and Product Management expert. She’s got a strong technical background and has worked for Pivotal a leading technology consultancy helping Forbes 500 learn how to leverage Machine Learning. She’s recently joined Salesforce where she’ll be wearing a… Continue reading “Much of our day-to-day lives are touched and improved by Data”