There is something inherently human about having a calendar that resets itself every 365 days. To be able to look at what’s working and what’s not working and make those changes really should be an ongoing affair but what the heck a new year thrown in is a perfect time to do a reboot!
With that I want to reach out to you and find out what do you want to learn in 2015? Are you trying to become an Analytics pro, a Data Scientist, or maybe a BI Developer at work? Are you trying to learn a specific technique in looking at data? Are you trying to learn what you can do with data? Are you a visualization junkie who wants to know how the data got there in the first place? Are you a data engineer who wants to understand how to best visualize data?
I’m here to help you! I want to help you get up to speed faster, learn more, and become more productive in 2015. If you’d like help, have a question, or would like to work through a analytics/data science problem let me know by clicking on the “Feedback” button on the left.
Here’s to a great 2015! I wish you have as much fun as possible 🙂
Joshua is an experienced analytics professional with focus on areas such as Analytics, Big Data, Business Intelligence, Data Science and Statistics. He has more than 13 years experience in Business Intelligence & Data Warehousing, Analtyics, IT Management, Software Engineering and Supply Chain Performance Management with Fortune 500 companies. He has specializations in building Analytics organizations, Mobile Reporting, Performance Management, and Business Analysis.
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