Data are becoming the new raw material of businessThe Economist
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"Their heavy focus on applied learning meant that I was working on real data and solving real problems right from the start. While lectures were a valuable component of their courses, the real learning took place while working on projects. These projects were practical, engaging, and instructive, and generally great opportunities to get hands-on experience with what I had learned in the lectures."
"A talented instructor is not supposed to implant information into your mind, but rather function as a tour guide in a difficult landscape of concepts of varying relevance. The Data Incubator team did an incredible job of emphasizing the most important and fundamental concepts that a data scientist needs to know in his career - I know, because all of these things were confirmed in my first week at my new job."
"I was introduced to many concepts that I had just touched on in some online courses I had taken prior to [The Data Incubator]. By having weekly mini projects, I was forced to understand the material more. Whilst there were lectures to accompany the mini projects, in order to complete them I was forced to do some research on my own which was a valuable thing. We weren't just fed the answers."