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Data Science in Production - Talks

Talks: Data Science/Data Engineering in Production

Agenda:

•  Architectural Decisions for Big Data and Tiny Data - Raghotham S and Nischal HP (Founders - Unnati Data Labs)   - 30 min

• How to use Spark MLLib and store output in Graph Databases in AWS (A talk about Gremlin, DynamoDB, TitanDB and how one can use AWS Spark EMR to interact with Graph Databases)

 - Harjinder Mistry (Red Hat) - 30 min

 -  Sarah Masud (Red Hat) - 30 min

• Common-sense, Data Science and doing business - Nikhil Jois (CEO - Eventosaur)  - 30 min 

• Building a Data Science Portfolio - A practical approach to kick start your data science career  - Amit Kapoor (amitkaps.com) and Bargava (RedHat) - 30 mins 

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  • Amit K.

    Here are the slides on Learning Data Science. Feel free to reach out if you have more questions. https://speakerdeck.com/amitkaps/learning-data-science

    2 · March 3

  • Harjinder

    Slides for 'Introduction to Graph Databases' is here: https://speakerdeck.com/harjinderhari/introduction-to-graph-databases

    3 · February 27

  • Sarah M.

    The presentation for gremlin-python demo. Slide 13 point 4 has Github link for the code used in the demo:

    https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1cHRVf46-5sesqhhS7tadqRuW9LLyq0quWvycF0qrYTs/edit?usp=sharing

    7 · February 26

  • Shubhi A.

    It was productive

    February 26

  • Bargava

    Thanks everyone for coming. If you are interested in exploring data science positions in Red Hat, please submit this interest form:
    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1gWmRmIJW3Jo5D02SGF8Gf0HxJJG2rI5rTNx251K_7R4/viewform?edit_requested=true

    1 · February 26

  • Sushil k.

    Thanks a lot Unnati Team,Amit Bargava,Hari, & RedHat Team for Practical Data Science & Graph DB informative session today @ RedHat Bangalore. Special Thanks to RedHat Bangalore Team for hosting today's informative session.

    3 · February 25

  • Nischal H.

    Thanks Bargava for conducting this meetup at Redhat. It was wonderful to meet so many people from the community. Here is the link to the slidedeck : http://small.cat/map.
    You can always read more about us on www.unnati.xyz and our github repository is : https://github.com/unnati-xyz

    3 · February 25

  • Nilesh

    Can the slides be shared please?

    February 25

  • Nilesh

    Thanks Redhat for hosting us. It was very insightful, thanks to all speakers.

    February 25

  • Shaju V.

    It was great

    February 25

  • Surya Teja C.

    I am in waiting list. Is it okay for me to attend considering some registered people wouldn't be attending?

    February 24

    • Bargava

      Please do come. We will find place

      February 24

  • Bofin B.

    Can I bring a friend with me? He's a Machine Learning Engineer and he's interested in the talk, but slots are over now it seems.

    February 24

  • Muyeena A.

    Hey, is this meet up good for freshers? As in for those who have just a basic understanding of data science?

    February 24

    • Amit K.

      The last couple of talks should be good for freshers to data science. The first three are more focussed on data engineering and will help you understand how to get the stuff you do as a data scientist working in production (which is the intent!)

      February 24

    • Bargava

      I concur with Amit. If you are available, I strongly suggest you to attend. You will get to meet people and that, to me, is invaluable. Also, you will get a good sense of what people are doing, what challenges are being faced and how they solve it. Even if you don't understand some of the implementation details, you will come across things that you can look up later or ping the speakers for more details.

      February 24

  • Nilesh

    Hey, is dairy circle (IBC knowledge park), bannerghatta road the right address? Since the location seems to be pointing in different direction somewhere near Ulsoor lake.

    February 22

    • Bargava

      phew.. Setting location doesn't take the lat/long automatically. Thanks for letting me know.

      February 24

    • Nilesh

      Thanks for fixing.

      February 24

  • Bofin B.

    Will it be recorded?

    February 13

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