Interested in learning how to unlock data driven insights with code, but not sure where to start? This Intro to Python class is for you!
In this free, two-hour livestream, you’ll touch on fundamental Python programming techniques and tools, discuss its applications in data analysis and web development — and the types of problems it can solve, then apply your new skills to solve a real-world problem with Python. All in real time, taught by an industry professional.
Come learn the basics and gain the skills you need to write your first Python script!
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Travis Huang is a data scientist and former investment analyst with expertise in financial forecasting, user acquisition (UA) modeling, and machine learning. Born and raised in sunny Southern California, he spent 3 years as a business analyst at a solar energy firm before becoming the manager of analytics at an energy and commodities-focused private equity fund. In his current role as a Data Scientist at AlgoLIFT, he is responsible for the development and maintenance of the UA portfolio optimization product. He holds a BS in Finance and Entrepreneurship from the USC Marshall School of Business and a MS in Business Analytics at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. In his free time he enjoys aerial photography, fostering dogs, and practicing the violin.
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