Category: Blog

  • 10 Python Projects You Should Include in Your Portfolio

    Wanting to stand out to a potential employer or for a promotion can be a bit stressful, especially if you’re stuck on showcasing your skillset. However, I have come up with ten Python project ideas you can do that will help your portfolio shine through and be a good conversation starter in your next interview.…

  • Three Ways to Properly Store Data

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    Generally speaking, you should be backing your data up on the cloud or on a dedicated server that only authorized people can access. Yet, most companies only have one set of data and is only stored in one place – usually in employee’s personal computers, or the local workspace drive. So, what is the best…

  • Why File Naming Conventions Matter in a Data Driven World

    The majority of individuals often use Windows recommendations or author-selected terms to automatically rename their files. However, unless the creator provides it, they might not know the correct name when they or anybody else needs to access those files. If the author—whether on leave or no longer with the company—is unable to provide the name…

  • No Experience, No Problem: Why Every Data Newbie Needs a Portfolio

    You don’t need a college degree to start getting paid to work with data, but it can help. However, what really helps you stand out from other candidates is a good portfolio. Here are a few things you’ll need to help you get started. GitHub GitHub is a free portfolio that does a great job…

  • The Unconventional Way on Going to College Debt Free

    I completed high school in 2014, and I couldn’t escape the recurring tales of college graduates expressing regret over their degrees and the financial burdens they carried, a narrative that echoed even louder within my own family, particularly from my siblings. I’m sure similar sentiments have been echoing with other Millennials along with Gen Z.…