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Livestream: Mastering the Data Science Interview Process

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Please note this event will be Livestreamed:

https://livestream.com/accounts/23925505/events/8348350

Data science interviews are tough, and practice resources for them are rare. Through leading hundreds of Data Science interviews, and writing the Machine Learning interview packet for my last company, I've learned a lot about where candidates get stuck and how to successfully approach the DS interview process. We'll walk through best practices, tips and tricks that will help you prep for your next interview.

Brendan Herger is a Senior Data Scientist at Metis. He brings a unique combination of machine learning, deep learning, and software engineering skills. In his previous work at Capital One and startups, he has built authorization fraud, insider threat, and legal discovery automation platforms. In each of these cases he's lead a team of data scientists and data engineers to enable and elevate his client's business workflow (and capture some amazing data).

Connect with Brendan Herger
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bjherger/
Blog: https://www.hergertarian.com/blog

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