If you haven’t heard of data science, you will soon. As organizations realize that Big Data isn’t going away, they will finally come around. This is always the case with the technology adoption lifecycle. Yes, this may very well mean new hardware purchases and upgrades, as well as new software solutions like Hadoop and NoSQL. At some point, however, employees with new skills will have to make all of this new stuff sing and dance. Enter the Data Scientist... Part statistician, part coder, part data modeler, and part business person, the term has grown in importance since being introduced in 2008. But I’d argue that the single most important attribute of the data scientist is a childlike curiosity of why things happen–or don’t. Read more from community contributor Phil Simon...
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