Learning something new is a process that takes time, dedication, and support. And while independent study is imperative, having a trusted ally, a mentor, throughout your learning journey is equally as important. That’s why mentorship is an integral part of every Udacity Nanodegree program.
The continuous and rapid growth in technology has placed cybersecurity as a critical skill for jobs in 2021.
In fact, it’s been reported by cybersecurity company PurpleSec that cybercrime is up by 600% since the beginning of the pandemic.
Never before has it been more important to introduce cybersecurity skills to the workforce.
In this post, we talked to Information Security Analyst and Udacity Instructor Richard Phung about the future of digital security, using education to drive talent into cybersecurity, and his advice to students who want to break into the field.
To help you upskill your resume, we’ve added seven new courses and Nanodegree programs to our School of Cloud Computing in the last six months. Keep reading to learn more about the courses and Nanodegree programs and see which one is right for you.
Have you ever tried to learn something, maybe in a textbook or an online lecture, but not been able to fully grasp the concept until you saw a visual representation? If so, you’re not alone. According to the Social Science Research Network, 65% of people are visual learners. That’s why data visualization is so important — especially for businesses.
Data visualization is a way to represent data in graphs, charts, maps, and infographics. After all, data points in a database in the cloud only go so far. With data visualization, you can spot trends and relationships in large datasets by sight. Companies that collect large amounts of data for processing use these insights to make business decisions that change their course of their future.
While there are tons of tools on the market for data analysis, Tableau is one of the best platforms for business intelligence.
These days, it’s no longer just big companies collecting tons of data for analysis. Everyone’s gathering and analyzing data to help make better business decisions. Tools for data analysis are great for helping the people in charge of data analysis — product managers or data analysts — know if their business strategies are working or not.
We’ve identified three main types of common data analysis tools:
Welcome to the Udacity Learning Lab Podcast. Today’s episode is the first of our podcast series on digital transformation. We’ll be exploring the impact digital transformation has on individuals, businesses, and society at large.