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Join us on Livestream as the Metis Chicago team walks you through a sampling of what students learn during their 12 weeks of project-based data science work. You'll also hear from Metis alumni about how to prepare, what to expect, & what happens after you attend the Metis Data Science Bootcamp. Alumni will present their final project at Metis & then join a Q&A panel.
Samuel Adams graduated from Metis in December of 2018. He is an engineer turned data scientist with practical experience taking projects from raw data through analysis, modeling, visualization, & presentation to an audience. After spending two years in the Navy's nuclear training program, he turned to Metis to update his programming & machine leaning knowledge. He intends to leverage those skills building cutting edge models & informing business strategy. He is comfortable working in Python & SQL, with previous solutions also delivered in C++ & Matlab. He is fluent in Spanish, French, & Brazilian Portuguese with native accent.
Samuel has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Rice University.
Metis (thisismetis.com) accelerates careers in data science by providing full-time immersive bootcamps, evening part-time professional development courses, online resources, & corporate programs based in Seattle, New York, Chicago, & San Francisco.
Brought to you by Kaplan, Metis focuses primarily on Python, machine learning, data visualization, deep learning, big data processing, statistical foundations, & more. Students & alumni of the bootcamp program receive continuous support from our career advisors, empowering them to pursue a successful career in the fast-growing field of data science.
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