I still haven’t heard from one of the 3 finalists, but I wanted to go ahead and post the first two, and I’ll update here with the final one later. These finalists win a data science book and a t-shirt, and I’ll choose from the three (I’m actually considering combining elements from two of them!) and announce the final t-shirt design when they are available for sale.
Without further ado, the top 3 vote-winners after 94 votes, in no particular order, are….
In this first episode of “Season 2” of Becoming a Data Scientist podcast, we meet Jasmine Dumas, a new data scientist who tells us about going from biomedical engineering into a data science project experience and then finding her first job as a data scientist.
Which of these awesome designs would you like on your future Becoming a Data Scientist T-Shirt? You all will narrow it down to 3, then I’ll pick the final winner to be printed! For the ones that aren’t t-shirt-print-ready, I’ll get a graphic designer to tidy them up, so don’t worry about whether they’re printable when you vote. We can also vary colors and things like that later. Just pick the design you like! (original contest here) click the images for larger views dsnmizan Venkat Gordon Kumar Nigel Ridhima Ryne Amarendra ––> VOTE...
I need a part-time remote assistant to help keep my websites up to date, among other things! Thanks to my generous Patreon supporters, I can hire someone to help me out 8-20 hours per month, paying $15/hr. More info and application form at this link. Please let me know if you have any questions or if there are any problems with the form. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet me at @becomingdatasci. I look forward to reading the applications!!
In this audio-only special Becoming a Data Scientist Podcast episode, I interview Dr. Ed Felten, Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer, about the Future of Artificial Intelligence (from The White House!).