Thom Ives, David Knickerbocker, and Carlos Mercado join in on the fun!
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[00:04:05] “I haven’t gotten a job in months, what should I learn next to get a job?”
[00:05:39] Follow your own obsession
[00:09:44] What to do when you feel like your brain is getting fried from everything you’re learning
[00:11:29] Carlos joins in – “Start from the bottom”
[00:12:53] Don’t worry about your title
[00:15:18] How to get data science experience without having a data science job
[00:18:11] David talks about the hype cycle he’s experienced through his career
[00:19:40] How to balance your learning
[00:22:10] Why you should speak your mind
[00:25:01] Thom says a four letter word
[00:28:50] Eric comes in with a question that has us stumped for a little bit
[00:29:41] Balancing datasets
[00:31:32] Rare events
[00:35:13] Hyperparameter what?
[00:36:15] The issue with random seeds
[00:40:31] Thom compliments Eric on sharing his knowledge
[00:41:55] Where’s everyone joining in from?
[00:46:07] Diversity and representation is important and welcome
[00:47:33] Correlation and causation
[00:53:07] The importance of critical thinking
[00:56:39] David gets into network theory
[00:58:11] Functional vs OOP design principles in production
[01:00:16] “I want production to be beautiful.” – David Knickerbocker
[01:02:04] Network analysis