Introducing the DataFramed Careers Series. Over the past year hosting the DataFramed podcast, we've had the incredible privilege of having biweekly conversations with data leaders at the forefront of the data revolution. This has led to fascinating conversations on the future of the modern data stack, the future of data skills, and how to build organizational data literacy.
However, as the DataFramed podcast grows, we want to be able to provide the data science community across the spectrum from practitioners to leaders, with distilled insights that will help them manoeuvre their careers effectively. And we want to do that more often.
This is why we’re excited to announce the launch of a four-day DataFramed Careers Series. Throughout next week, we will interview four different thought leaders and experts about what it takes to break into data science in 2022, best practices to stand out from the crowd, building a brand in data science, and more. Moreover, this episode series will mark DataFramed’s transition from biweekly to weekly.
Starting Monday the 30th of May, DataFramed will become a weekly podcast.
For next week’s DataFramed Careers Series, we’ll be covering the ins and outs of building a career in data, and the different aspects of standing out from the crowd during the job hunt. We’ll be hearing from Sadie St Lawrence, CEO and Founder of Women in Data on what it takes to launch a data career in 2022. Nick Singh, Co-author of Ace the Data Science Interview and 2nd time guest of DataFramed will join us to discuss what makes a great data science portfolio project. Khuyen Tran, Developer Advocate at Prefect on will outline how writing can accelerate a data career, and Jay Feng, CEO of Interview Query will join us to provide tips and frameworks on acing the data science interview.
For future DataFramed episodes, we’ll definitely still cover the different aspects of building a data-driven organization, cover the latest advancements in data science, building data careers, and more. So expect more varied guests, topics, and more specials series like this one in the future.