What is dataDataGoose?
tl;dr - dataDataGoose is a weekly collection of news, resources, courses and content from the world of Data Science.
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Last year I enrolled in a Data Science bachelors degree, after finding myself more and more interested in the study. In this time I’ve found the field of Data Science to be a perversely fast moving, all-encompassing and largely misunderstood area of mathematics and engineering alike.
Finding resources, communities or even simple answers to questions can be difficult, especially for beginners (and double especially for beginners with ‘non-technical‘ backgrounds). That’s why I decided to start dataDataGoose, so I could share my own learnings and perspectives in an open, approachable way. The posts I share here will are opinionated but nor arrogant; technical but not buzzword bingo.
Ultimately, dataDataGoose is a weekly email blast where I’ll share everything new or interesting or worthwhile I encounter and learn in this field, in an open and interactive way.
Who am I?
I’m Josh Caulfield, an InfoSec professional, currently studying a Data Science BSc. I also write about IT, Cloud and InfoSec on my website CertiFriedIT.com
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Every week I’ll send you two emails:
TUESDAY: Weekly round-up, highlighting a big story in the world of data science and AI with some added commentary, great courses and learning resources to supplement your studies, quick tips and a question for the community to engage in.
FRIDAY: Tutorials, op-eds and advice, A breakdown of a recent development, an opinionated take on a heated topic related to data science, a how-to guide on a particular tool or framework, an explainer on the math and statistics at the core of data science - or something else!
Further, I hope to get the community involved in shaping this newsletter as much as possible. If you have any questions, comments ore requests - reply to emails (or comment at the bottom of posts) and I’ll get back to you.
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