Data scientists and analysts use their technical knowledge to discover answers embedded in large data sets that can solve a variety of questions. But you don’t need to be a full-fledged data
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One of the main drivers for Hristo Gueorguiev to register for the Certificate Program in Software Development and Programming was just a basic fact for software engineers.
Technology leaders are under constant pressure to develop the latest analytic innovations. However, reality dictates that the undertaking of AI and Machine Learning (ML) will require a measured
Applying AI and Machine Learning across technology fields is part of our daily lives. With it comes a growing demand for advanced data processing, increasingly complex problems to solve and
Applying Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning more widely in business is not a matter of if, but when. There is more and more data that can benefit from advanced processing, as well as an
In honor of Women’s History Month, I had the great pleasure to interview Ysis Tarter. She is not a familiar household name—yet!
Allan Miller has had a long career in data science and analytics. In his tenure, he has seen the field grow from an offshoot of statistics into becoming its own entity.
There’s no shortage of the need for skilled data analysts and data scientists. A quick look at the Bureau of Labor Statistics confirms this:
When she was a programming analyst for an investment management firm, Nikitha Rao’s role included cleaning, fetching and standardizing data. “It was the part that happens before data analysts even
Like many people fresh out of college, David Colonia felt some panic after graduation. He’d worked hard to earn his degree in economics and legal studies, but he felt heavy on soft skills and
Software developers are in demand.
20% of job growth for web developers through 2020 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, with a mean annual wage of $82,000 in California.
Even junior web developers can pull down $70
Athletics and data analytics may seem like two separate worlds. But recent data analytics boot camp grad Ian Wilson combined these two passions into a successful career at workout startup Fitbod
A 2018 survey from labor-market data firm Burning Glass revealed more than 150,000 nationwide listings included data analysis in the job title; more than 27,000 of those jobs were located in
While still enrolled in UC Berkeley Extension’s Certificate Program in Data Science, Swathi Annamalai started as a data scientist at edtech startup CreativeLive. She had already completed four
The phrase “high-throughput screening” doesn’t initially grab your interest, but when you delve into it—the complexity and applications of its processes—you start to see why Joseph Walker is
Ehler Orngard’s career history is less of an arc and more of a squiggly line. For his undergraduate studies, he majored in economics, Spanish and music.
Learning how to code in just 12 weeks takes stamina and fortitude to get through the amount of work that the students have to master.
You hear “big data” everywhere. But it’s not just some new company jargon; it’s a growing field that businesses are red-hot to employ because they know that data will drive their company forward
You’ve almost certainly heard of bitcoin. But, this newsworthy virtual currency is really only a supporting element in the much more intriguing new blockchain technology.
Carl Limsico, one of our 2018 Honored Instructors, showed an early interest in computing sparked by the gift of an Atari 800 from his parents.
As a leading cybersecurity consultant, Jenelle Davis has helped protect more than 60 Fortune 500 organizations from a host of online threats.
Making a career transition is no easy feat for any working professional. Between working full time and other responsibilities, making education a priority in order to learn skills can be