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Kim Powers commented on Rafael Knuth's blog post Career Transition Towards Data Science: Planning a Learning Sabbatical
"Hi Rafael. I think the idea of a full sabbatical is an excellent one, especially if you can answer well all the good questions you shared in your post.  A full time sabbatical may not necessarily be the best choice (or even possible) for…"
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"Hi Rafael, Thank you for the article! I am in my, hm, I think 6-months sabbatical. I had thought that my studying should have some tangible result, so I started #100DaysOfCode challenge at the https://www.100daysofcode.com/. The plan is…"
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Dennis Eggert commented on Rafael Knuth's blog post Career Transition Towards Data Analytics & Science. Here’s my Story
"Great insight Rafael and written in an engaging style. Each of your six observations would well be worth respective next blog posts. Personally I find no. 3 and 5 most interesting. Look forward to continue on the "sharing part" with you!"
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Short Bio
Former advertising copywriter and marketing veteran who fell in love with data, Python and Machine Learning. Currently bootstrapping a data literacy consulting business.
My Web Site Or LinkedIn Profile
http://www.knuthconcepts.com
Field of Expertise
Data Science, Machine Learning, Business Analytics
Professional Status
Consultant
Years of Experience:
25
Your Company:
Knuth Concepts
Industry:
Consulting
Your Job Title:
CEO
How did you find out about DataScienceCentral?
Google search
Interests:
Contributing, Networking
What is your Favorite Data Mining or Analytical Website?
http://www.kdnuggets.com
What Other Analytical Website do you Recommend?
http://www.radcad.com

Rafael Knuth's Blog

Career Transition Towards Data Science: Planning a Learning Sabbatical

Posted on September 12, 2018 at 7:00am 2 Comments

At the time of writing this post, I am nine months into my learning sabbatical. You can read about my journey here: “Career Transition Towards Data Analytics & Science”. Today I will share with you how you can plan your own, unique learning sabbatical, regardless of its scope and duration –…

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Career Transition Towards Data Analytics & Science. Here’s my Story

Posted on August 30, 2018 at 4:30am 6 Comments

In 1992, I entered the job market and landed a job as an advertising copywriter for McDonald’s. I was tasked with ideating radio, TV and print advertisements to curb burger, fries and soft drink sales. The internet did not exist in the public domain back then, and my first laptop was actually a mechanical type writer. Around 2000, I became a freelance marketing manager, working for small and mid sized businesses. At that time, my English was not good enough to work for companies outside of…

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