I actually have a specific anomaly that I saw the other day, where I’m hiring a new data scientist in Denver

I actually have a specific anomaly that I saw the other day, where I’m hiring a new data scientist in Denver. Particularly wanted a senior data scientist in Denver, so I posted a job opening on LinkedIn for a Denver data scientist. I got something like 30 applications in a few days. 11 were from one company…. I ask some of my colleagues that are in Denver, saying “What’s wrong with company X? I just got 11 applications from data scientists from this company.” First of all I didn’t even know they had a lot of data scientists, and they said … because [they] are data scientists, and they [said] “Yeah, they’re job openings are all over the place. They hired a crazy number of … hundreds of data scientists over the past two years.” … now obviously they’re hemorrhaging, because they probably didn’t actually think about how to communicate. — https://blog.dominodatalab.com/collaboration-data-science-data-engineering-true-false/
Up Next Next → Last month, men in South Sudan engaged in a bidding war over a 17-year-old girl after they saw a post on Facebook advertising her for marriage https://www.theverge.com/2018/11/20/18104768/facebook-child-marriage-south-sudan-auction ← Previous the biggest problem here about this lack of process around management, around data engineering, the communication between data engineering and data science, this lack of management, if you want to specialize, you want to have a data liaison…do you want to have a data engineer specialist, because the earliest data science project, like the smallest one, data scientist is doing the data engineering work too https://blog.dominodatalab.com/collaboration-data-science-data-engineering-true-false/
Latest posts
▵  Elon Musk attempts to explain Twitter to normal people in court
▵  TED and YouTube launch global climate initiative
▵  Embracing multilingualism to enhance complexity sensitive research
▵  The ‘Amazon effect’ is flooding a struggling recycling system with cardboard
▵  John Kerry, Arnold Schwarzenegger wage ‘World War Zero’ on climate change
▵  Combining semantic and term frequency similarities for text clustering
▵  Bad RCS implementations are creating big vulnerabilities, security researchers claim
▵  2019 Tech Trends Report — The Future Today Institute
▵  Medical Crowdsourcing: Harnessing the “Wisdom of the Crowd” to Solve Medical Mysteries
▵  Report Launch - OPSI Primer on AI for the Public Sector
▵  “Level Up”: Leveraging Skill and Engagement to Maximize Player Gameplay
▵  Beautiful is Good and Good is Reputable: Multiple-Attribute Charity Website Evaluation and Initial Perceptions of Reputation Under the Halo Effect
▵  Piret Tõnurist & Systems Change: how to get started and keep going?
▵  IBM expert Tamreem El Tohamy on bridging the skills gap in Africa
▵  The changing work of innovation for public value and social impact
▵  Former Go champion beaten by DeepMind retires after declaring AI invincible
▵  What part of “viral” content makes platforms want to encourage its spread?
▵  MTA floods NYC subway entrance because ‘climate change is real’
▵  The Demon Haunted World
▵  How to recognize AI snake oil
▵  A Systemic View of Research Impact
▵  Nobel Economics Prize Goes to Pioneers in Reducing Poverty
A brief, informal guide to doing grounded theory
▵  Adam Savage on Lists, More Lists, and the Power of Checkboxes
▵  Systems Practice, Abridged
▵  Fukushima reinvents itself with a $2.7 billion bet on renewables
▵  How Tesla’s first Gigafactory is changing Reno, Nevada
▵  “This is Sticking with Them:” Professor Explores Benefits of Model-Based Learning
Keeping the buzz in buzzwords
▵  README.txt: Introducing Into the Dataverse, the article series
▵  A ton of people received text messages overnight that were originally sent on Valentine’s Day