I’ve just given my final talk for the year – I’m “at my other home” in Budapest (I’m half-Hungarian) and have had the honour of opening Bence and team’s BudapestBI Forum 2015. This conference has both an open-source-day and (tomorrow) an enterprise-day, all around analytics and with lots of Python and R.
This talk is an iteration of my previous Shipping talks, in part backed by results from our latest PyDataLondon survey to 2,000 members where we’ve asked about member frustrations and I’ve integrated some of the results into this talk:
Here are my slides:
In the room we had roughly 2/3 ‘engineers/builders’ and 1/3 ‘researchers/analysts’, it seems that Python and R are used by a large number of folk here today.
I also ‘released’ a set of my notes that I’ve tentatively entitled “Data Science Delivered” – this is a github doc with a series of the notes that I wish I’d learned years ago. Right now these notes are super-rough, I figure “release early, release often” will help me refine these.
It is based in part through my talking, teaching and coaching over the last couple of years. I intend to add more in the next couple of weeks (so hopefully by November 2015 it’ll be far less rough!), I’d like to add some Notebooks as examples. You’re welcome to post bugs/requests and I’ll try to add notes, if I know about those areas. Please feel free to share some of your experiences (via @ianozsvald, via email, via Bugs etc).
Ian applies Data Science as an AI/Data Scientist for companies in ModelInsight, sign-up for Data Science tutorials in London. Historically Ian ran Mor Consulting. He also founded the image and text annotation API Annotate.io, co-authored SocialTies, programs Python, authored The Screencasting Handbook, lives in London and is a consumer of fine coffees.