About Nicholas Dela Fuente
Data Engineering Instructor at The Data Incubator
Nicholas studied physics and economics at Arizona State University developing software to examine X-ray distributions for CT-scans in order to classify biominerals within the kidney. Nicholas is excited to be pursuing a combination of two long term passions, teaching and data Engineering. In his spare time, he enjoys playing guitar, coming up with ridiculous ML models, and pretty much anything that involves nature. Ask him about philosophy, traveling, or snowboarding and you will gladly get him off-topic.
Have you ever wondered which data path you should take? Maybe you’ve already determined that you want to work with data in some capacity, but have no idea how to pick from all the career options that are out there. o you choose to become a data scientist? Data engineer? Quantitative analyst?
Well you’ve come to the right place. Join us on Tuesday 12/14 at 11am PST (1pm EST) as we chat about the differences between our data programs, what the job market in each field looks like right now and the best way to go about choosing your data path.
Data Engineering Instructor, Nicholas Dela Fuente, will be diving into some fast facts about data science, data engineering and more so you have all the info to make the best decision for your future.
In addition to our ever-expanding course offerings, we’re here to help guide you to a data career you’ll love. Our alumni are working in over 55 different industries and hold a variety of job titles after completing our programs. We can’t wait to show you how our courses can lead you to the data job of your dreams.