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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 350: Coronavirus | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 350

Today, we take some time to discuss the real mental and emotional toll social distancing can take during the coronavirus. How can we effectively tackle each other's needs during this period?Additional materials:

 SDS 349: Human-in-the-Loop Algorithms in Retail | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3733

Brad Klingenberg talks about the unique way Stitch Fix uses algorithms and human-in-the-loop AI to generate excellent customer experiences and pull ahead of other retailers in the space.In this episode you will learn:• Working in Stitch Fix [5:18]• How does Stitch Fix work? [11:29]• Stitch Fix algorithms tour [20:14]• Open positions in Stitch Fix [36:25]• Stitch Fix takeaways for other companies [39:07]• Humans + machines [44:19]• Stitch Fix global expansion [47:34]• Future of personalization [50:16]• Brad’s advice to data scientists [55:33]Additional materials:

 SDS 348: History of Data Science - Part 4 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1182

In the penultimate episode of our history of data science series, we look at 2015 on and watch as data science goes from being about hard skills and coding to being about ethics and progress.Additional materials:

 SDS 347: How To Tell Your Story For Career Success | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 4113

Kerri Twigg talks with me about her work in helping professionals talk about themselves and tell stories about their passions and professional work to land ideal jobs and propel their career trajectory.In this episode you will learn:• Kerri at DSGO 2019 [6:09]• Who is Kerri Twigg? [8:00]• A case study from DSGO 2019 [9:51]• How do you build a career story? [18:30]• Kerri’s book and practices [32:35]• How to prepare for interviews [43:22]• 3-Parts of a career story [56:53]Additional materials:

 SDS 346: My Top 5 Productivity Hacks | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 878

In this FiveMinuteFriday we take a break from our series on the history of data science to discuss productivity and my top 5 hacks for getting more hours out of your day and week.Additional materials:

 SDS 345: Machine Learning At Twitter | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 4328

I speak with Dan Shiebler who works as a machine learning engineer at Twitter Cortex and at the same time, is doing a Ph.D. on applying category theory in machine learning. We discuss his work at Twitter, the importance of academics, and the future of machine learning.In this episode you will learn:• What is great about Twitter [5:31]• Dan’s Ph.D. program [9:25]• Dan’s work at Twitter [18:07]• Dan at DSGO 2020 [35:16]• LinkedIn Q&A [40:25]• Dan’s advice [1:03:58]Additional materials:

 SDS 344: History of Data Science - Part 3 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 504

In the third of five episodes in this series, I journey through 2010 into 2015 to look at the boom of self-driving cars, the growth of data science as a profession, and the beginning of educational paths for future data scientists. Additional materials:

 SDS 343: Career Jumpstarts through Data Science Retreat | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 4200

I speak with Jose Quesada, founder and CEO of Data Science Retreat about the purpose of his program to help data scientists learn and find jobs through a three-month retreat and portfolio project.In this episode you will learn:• Overview of Jose’s current projects [5:55] • "What if I don’t have a tech background?" [09:58]• How does it work? [11:51]• Program structure [21:24]• Tips for picking a portfolio project [26:45]• The program’s next intake [1:03:06]Additional materials:

 SDS 342: History of Data Science - Part 2 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 535

In the second of five episodes in this series, I take a step into the early 2000s and the true boom of data science as a profession and philosophy of study, as well as look at some of science fiction’s failed hopes for data science by this time.Additional materials:

 SDS 341: Talking Robotics with Brandon Rohrer | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 4564

Brandon Rohrer joins me in this special episode about robotics, machine learning, and the merge of software and hardware to create innovative technology for homes around the world.In this episode you will learn:• Brandon at MIT [7:41]• iRobot [15:14]• Moving from Facebook to iRobot [17:14]• Brandon’s work in iRobot [20:18]• Brandon as a data science influencer [30:08]• Q&A [40:40]Additional materials:

 SDS 340: History of Data Science - Part 1 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1218

In this five-episode series, I dive into the history of data science from the beginning of mathematics to today. In this first episode, we start by looking in the 1950s and go up to the dawn of the 2000s.Additional materials:

 SDS 339: The Power of Coaching | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 5135

I sat down with my coach Ivor Lok to discuss the power and importance of coaching and how everyone can use it in their personal and professional lives to become happier.In this episode you will learn:• Managing expectations [9:21]• Personal beliefs & parenting [17:42]• Value of having a coach [25:33]• Mindset over skillset [37:24]• Dream lists [51:06]• Ivor’s new projects [1:03:20]Additional materials:

 SDS 338: Too Many Photos | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 333

I discuss an observation I had recently about how many photos we take, and how much we miss out on by focusing on capturing a moment rather than living it.Additional materials:

 SDS 337: Hadley Wickham Talks Integration and Future of R and Python | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 4475

Hadley Wickham, a huge presence in data science, sits down to talk about R, Python, and the future of potential integrations, as well as some Q&A with our listeners through LinkedIn about programming languages and how to make data science accessible for all.In this episode you will learn:• Hadley’s R packages [8:26]• Better integrations between R and Python [20:11]• LinkedIn Q&A [33:34]• useR Conference vs. RStudio Conference [50:46]• LinkedIn Q&A: Career-related questions [1:01:06]• LinkedIn Q&A: Future-related questions [1:08:01]Additional materials:

 SDS 336: Better Than Perfect | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 590

I discuss something that popped up for me recently: is it better to have something finished or to have something be perfect? I explore the answer and what it can mean for you in your life.Additional materials:


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