Learning has never been that easy...
If you have been resisting not learning the sexiest job of our time for FREE, you are welcome here!
If you have NO CLUE about coding: Just follow module 1 and see where it goes. The worst-case scenario: You will be a fast typer and you will have an idea about coding. The best-case scenario: You become a coder by next year if you dedicate yourself with a great focus.
If you are familiar with python but have NO CLUE about data science and you want to learn it: Do module 2 and see if you feel like doing data analytics.
if you are a computer science student or a new graduate, you possibly don't know or remember most of the subjects in modules 3,4, or 5. Brush up the things you got familiar at your school or bootcamp and learn new algorithms.
if you already studied data science and you want to pass a standard coding interview but grinding websites with zillion questions with long answers in tons of languages might take you a few years to get fully prepared. How about studying the interview questions on the sidebar and have an idea about how to solve problems rather than memorizing 1000 solutions?
if you are willing to study machine learning after having solid python fluency and knowledge, you can study Module 4 that has references to the hand-picked resources. Module 5 will also help you to implement those well-known ML algorithms and help you get fluent with EDA. All mini-projects are made with simple solutions.
There are millions of people having too much on their plate. Most of these hard-working individuals can't afford to go back to school after many years of their graduation or do not have much free time or motivation to start a new hobby or career. Are you one of these people?
FAQ & Facts
A master's or Ph.D. is NOT Mandatory to Become a Data Scientist!
What you are capable of coding very well is your value in Data Science. Not your diploma.
It is NOT necessary to have a 4-year Computer Science or Math Degree to find great work in this field!
If you come from a different background or you have never been to college, you can still learn, find a job, and make a good career in this field.
How many years will it take?
There are people with graduate degrees in math and computer science and some can't pass a coding interview. There are also thousands of people with a high-school diploma holding senior positions in great tech companies. It is all about how much you have been sweating, bleeding, and crying to learn in the right way.
How do I know if I am on the right track?
If you feel it is too much for you at any point, go back to the basics and try to make a small project just with what you have learned. Create a small project, write some functions, or write a simple algorithm. Get more fluent, get more seasoned.
I tried it for a day and it is not for me, I am sure!
You tried coding for a few hours and you decided that none of the tens of different areas about computer science is good for you. Well, let me remind you: This is like learning a language, and then writing poems with it. Nobody is good in their novice period and everyone feels incompetent. You will need to do everything to learn a whole new way of reading, writing, thinking, and speaking. All accents are welcome! We are all immigrants and it is one world with one language: Math. You won't be good at it until you spend enough time, fail over and over, feel bad and incompetent, and have no good results for a long time. Learning anything new is all about getting up after receiving a punch and restarting all over again! Bonus: No age limit!
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