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Data Analysis Bootcamp Presentation
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Data Analysis Bootcamp: Project Presentation

Last Wednesday marked the final day for our learners on their 12 week intensive bootcamp for Data Analyst Trainees, and to recognise all their hard work the learners delivered a project to showcase their learning. The learners were provided with data reflecting flight arrivals and departures; using their knowledge and learnings across the bootcamp, they

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Women in Thursdays: Talking with Nassia Skoulikariti

Women in Tech Thursdays: Talking with Nassia Skoulikariti about her journey as IoT & Telco Digital Transformation Specialist Nassia is the IoT & Telco Digital Transformation Specialist and CEO and Founder of Apiro Data. She helps companies commercialise their digital transformation to drive operational efficiencies, find new business opportunities, create new connected products and solve

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Women in Tech Thursdays: Talking with Susanna Lawson

Women in Tech Thursdays: Talking with Susanna Lawson about her journey as a CEO and Co-Founder Susanna is a CEO and Co-Founder of OneFile, which in 2017 was awarded the Queen’s Award for Innovation and Susanna was crowned Forward Ladies/HSBC Business Woman of the Year. Speaking at events promoting apprenticeships and the challenges facing SME’s,

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What is data science and why it is important?

What is data science? Data science is a process which combines both predictive and prescriptive analytics. It’s main aim is to analyze the data to uncover any hidden patterns, any requisite information, which can further be leveraged to ace business goals. Furthermore, it also prescribes a way forward in order to fix the broken. A

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Software Development Bootcamp: 5 weeks into teaching presentation

“The fact is that given the challenges we face, education doesn’t need to be reformed — it needs to be transformed. The key to this transformation is not to standardize education, but to personalize it, to build achievement on discovering the individual talents of each individual , to put students in an environment where they

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