Data Professionals At Work (Apress)
Wednesday, 28 November 2018

This is a collection of interviews with more than two dozen data professionals aimed at giving a picture of what it’s like to work in the industry managing and analyzing data. Author Malathi Mahadevanhas interviewed database administrators, database programmers, data architects, business intelligence professionals, and analytics professionals. The interviewees work across industry sectors ranging from healthcare to banking, finance,  transportation and beyond, and they have shared what helped them get to the top, and what skills and attitudes combine to make them successful in their respective fields.

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Author: Malathi Mahadevan
Publisher: Apress
Date: October 2018
Pages: 376
ISBN: 978-1484239667
Print: 1484239660
Kindle: B07FY6HCZM
Audience: Developers interested in data science
Level: Intermediate
Category: Data Science

Contents include:

 

  • Stand out as an outstanding professional in your area of data work by developing the right set of skills and attitudes that lead to success
  • Avoid common mistakes and pitfalls, and recover from operational failures and bad technology decisions
  • Understand current trends and best practices, and stay out in front as the field evolves
  • Break into working with data through database administration, business intelligence, or any of the other career paths represented in this book
  • Manage stress and develop a healthy work-life balance no matter which career path you decide upon
  • Choose a suitable path for yourself from among the different career paths in working with data

 

 

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