Here’s a notable example for how we do this.
When choosing a career, there are safe paths to pursue, and there are risky ones.
A career in data offers the best of both worlds. On the one hand, it is a secure choice—demand for data talent continues to increase, and shows no sign of abating. With data skills in your toolkit, you’re going to be in demand in virtually any industry. On the other hand, it’s a brave new world out there. We’re producing massive amounts of data, and that data is making amazing new things possible. But, the methods and strategies we’re having to continually invent to harness all that data means the future is continually being redefined in real time. Those on the data front lines are at the forefront of technological progress.
The good news is, that no matter which route you take—the secure one, the risky one, or something in between—there are ample career opportunities out there for anyone interested in data.
But, how do you actually get started?
That’s where this guide comes in. At Udacity, we’re extremely fortunate to collaborate with some of the most forward-thinking companies in the world, and we work with some of the most innovative thinkers and creators in the data space. Our hiring partners represent some of the best career opportunities in the field, and are a critical source of information about what companies are seeing in their data hires.
We’ve marshaled all these resources together to create this guide for you, and all of our expert contributors offer unique perspectives and experiences. If you’re interested in pursuing a career in data, this is your complete guide. To access the guide, just enter your email address below:
Udacity recently launched the Predictive Analytics for Business Nanodegree program, and Tableau, creators of an award-winning and exceptionally powerful data visualization tool, is one of our key partners for the program. Their expertise not only helped us build the world-class curriculum, but every enrolled student receives a free Tableau software license for the duration of their program studies.
In my role as Program Lead for the Predictive Analytics for Business Nanodegree program, I’ve had the privilege of working closely with Tableau, so it was with great excitement and anticipation that I made my preparations to attend Tableau Conference 2016 (#Data16), Tableau’s annual conference in Austin, Texas. Going in, I knew it was a big event, but the actual experience of joining 10,000 other Tableau users has been even more powerful than I could have imagined.