Netflix's Chris Pouliot:
How to Build a Data Science Team from Scratch
Chris Pouliot, director of algorithms and analytics at Netflix, heads a team of data scientists who are using data, math, and statistics to drive business impact. He stresses the key skills and approaches needed to bring that sort of insight to your company in his talk at the IEEE Computer Society's "Rock Stars of Big Data" event.
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The podcast version of IEEE Software magazine's Requirements department, helmed by Jane Cleland-Huang who reads what appeared in print for your listening pleasure.
Shane Greenstein focuses on many topics, including Internet adoption by households and businesses, growth of commercial Internet access networks, the industrial economics of platforms, and changes in communications policy.
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