When you’re trying to get a data science job, you need experience, but to get experience, you need a job, right? Not always, and this is the case for many jobs, not just data science.
But in data science, you can generate the experience you need yourself.
You might have seen one of my earlier posts, How to get an IT Audit job with little or no experience. Let me say from the beginning that getting an IT audit job with no experience is easier than a data science job with no experience. But according to an article from KDnuggets, it can be done. And like everything else, it takes hard work.
The article defines data science as “an interdisciplinary field that focuses on solving problems and gathering information.”
Test how much you know about automation technologies by taking the job automation quiz at Financial Management magazine.
If you’re looking for an IT Audit job, here’s how to use LinkedIn to get noticed.
In a nutshell, you need to enhance your LinkedIn profile so that everyone knows you’re working hard at learning IT auditor skills.
If you’re already working as an IT auditor, use these suggestions to get noticed more and move ahead (or into another company with more opportunities).
Since some of you are newer to the blog, I thought I’d bring a couple of my favorite posts to your attention.
Running the desktop version of ACL in a virtual machine* (VM) has so many advantages, but I haven’t heard anyone else doing it.
Consider the following advantages, listed in order of importance (to me):
I was at Menards getting ready for my new garden (see my other Menards adventure). As I was checking out, the cashier scanned a blueberry plant that was packaged in a large paper cup, with a small cluster of leaves poking out the top.