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Summary: Kirill Eremenko is a Data Science coach and lifestyle entrepreneur. The goal of the Super Data Science podcast is to bring you the most inspiring Data Scientists and Analysts from around the World to help you build your successful career in Data Science. Data is growing exponentially and so are salaries of those who work in analytics. This podcast can help you learn how to skyrocket your analytics career. Big Data, visualization, predictive modeling, forecasting, analysis, business processes, statistics, R, Python, SQL programming, tableau, machine learning, hadoop, databases, data science MBAs, and all the analytcis tools and skills that will help you better understand how to crush it in Data Science.

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 SDS 390: Perception vs. Emotion | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 657

In this episode, I share a tip I came across this week about avoiding conflict in interpersonal relationships.Additional materials:

 SDS 389: Becoming Good Enough: Jumpstarting Your Data Science Career | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3881

Josh Hortaleza discusses how he’s become a juggernaut of an aspiring data scientist and powered through networking and internships to reach his goals in the field.In this episode you will learn:• How did Kirill and Josh meet [8:26]• Who is Josh? [12:42]• Josh’s first internships [17:07]• Being “good enough” and the luck factor [34:51]• Josh’s goal [40:55]• Genuine networking [43:08]Additional materials:

 SDS 388: Get a Headhunter | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 425

In this episode, I share an awesome tip for anyone at any level around recruitment and headhunters.Additional materials:

 SDS 387: Becoming a Data Science Leader | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2014

Lillian Pierson discusses her work on data leadership and how any data scientist can become a data leader in their organization or community.In this episode you will learn:• Who is Lillian Pierson? [3:27]• Winning With Data [6:08]• Four superpowers of great data leaders [11:53]• Benefits of developing these skills [17:27]• Examples of quick win challenges in Winning With Data [19:34]• Impact of COVID-19 [22:23]• Where is the industry going? [28:26]Additional materials:

 SDS 386: Cohort Analysis | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 593

Today, I explain cohort analysis and how this can be used for conversion metrics and tracking the customer journey.Additional materials:

 SDS 385: Advanced Data Topics and People-Centered Data Science | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 4670

T. Scott Clendaniel joins to discuss advanced topics in data science and his forecasts for the future in this field. He also talks about the importance of soft skills for data scientists.In this episode you will learn:• Who is Scott Clendaniel? [6:57]• Scott’s role at Franklin Templeton [10:24]• LinkedIn advanced Q&A [13:29]• Tools that Scott uses the most [26:57]• Target mean encoding technique [30:35]• LinkedIn Q&A on models [33:11]• LinkedIn Q&A on soft skills [54:04]• LinkedIn Q&A on forecasts for the future [01:00:19]• Hub and spoke model in Data Science Management [01:08:32]• Scott’s advice for advanced data scientists [01:10:12]Additional materials:

 SDS 384: 10 Tips to Become a Master Presenter | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1189

Today, I discuss best practices for data visualization and how to build on what we learned about cognitive load.Additional materials:

 SDS 383: You're Not an Imposter, You're Learning: Data Science Journeys | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3560

Sean Casey joins to discuss his data science journey and how he’s used online courses, secondary resources, and the wider network to help his journey to a data visualization professional.In this episode you will learn:• How Sean and Kirill met at DSGO Virtual [4:25]• Sean’s experience at the virtual event [7:32]• Sean’s journey [10:06]• Do you need the credibility of a degree? [22:01]• Sean’s supplemental readings [24:33]• What can others do to replicate Sean’s success? [39:18]• Sean’s advice for others just starting [50:15]Additional materials:

 SDS 382: Manage Cognitive Load in Data Science | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 547

Today, I discussed the types of cognitive load and how to best utilize them when imparting information through data.Additional materials:

 SDS 381: How to Avoid Failing at Digital Transformation | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3608

Tony Saldanha joins the podcast to discuss the realities of digital transformation and the steps companies must take to successfully transform in this fourth industrial revolution.In this episode you will learn:• Tony’s book on digital transformation [2:51]• What is digital transformation [8:30]• Five stage framework of going through digital transformation [11:13]• Case studies through the stages [16:43]• Why do digital transformations fail? [27:26]• VC portfolio approach [31:21]• Tony’s consulting work and top tips [40:11]• Change management and COVID-19 [44:44]• Disruption vs. digital transformation [51:14]• What does the future hold? [53:50]Additional materials:

 SDS 380: Data Analyst vs. Data Scientist | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 613

Today, I discuss the difference between a data analyst and data scientist and how you can join our team as a potential data analyst. Additional materials:

 SDS 379: Maelstrom, Chaos, and Mayhem: Guiding Your Data Science Career Path | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3338

Christopher Bishop speaks on the importance of career tactics in data science and how to prepare and move through the career path you want.In this episode you will learn:• Who is Christopher Bishop? [5:18]• How Christopher developed his advising framework [9:17]• Why data scientists? [12:07]• What is the Future Career Toolkit? [15:54]• How to connect with people as an unknown data scientist [34:09]• What's the intended outcome of the framework? [43:53]Additional materials:

 SDS 378: Use Your Unconscious Mind | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 598

In this episode, I talk about the importance of the unconscious mind in decision making and how logic and reasoning may sometimes hinder you.Additional materials:

 SDS 377: The Power of Women in STEM | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 4682

Deborah Berebichez joins us to discuss her experience as a woman in STEM, her work with upcoming generations of women in STEM, and how she helps facilitate data science trainings.In this episode you will learn:• Deborah's origins [4:21]• Pursuing physics as a Jewish-Mexican woman [9:43]• Deborah's work in helping women in STEM [23:10]• How can companies also aid women in STEM? [28:10]• How can individual data scientists work on creative thinking? [44:31]• Deborah's work at Metis [48:26]• Data literacy done the right way [1:00:33]• The future of data science [1:04:55]Additional materials:

 SDS 376: Expose Yourself to New Ideas Regularly | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 580

In this FiveMinuteFriday, I talk about the need to widen your horizons, expose yourself to more varied disciplines and thought processes, and the benefits you can get in your work from doing this.Additional materials:


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