Richard Harris is a recovering academic turned Data Scientist. After graduate school in Washington DC and time working abroad in Japan, Richard turned messes of data into answers for the University of Chicago Crime Lab and Braintree Payments in Chicago. He believes (very strongly) that given the right question, data science can offer the right answer. Outside of work, you can usually find him planning his next trip or playing board games a little too far into the evening.
Data Science Immersive
Make smarter decisions by gaining the data analytics, data modeling, programming and statistics skills you need to start a career in data.
Data Analysis: Moving From Excel to SQL
Learn the ability to move above and beyond Excel spreadsheet analysis by leveraging SQL databases and queries.
SQL Bootcamp Series
This two-part series will take absolute beginners through the basics of SQL to an ability to write queries with confidence.
Crunching The Numbers: How To Launch a Career in Data
From dating apps, to sports stats, to disaster response--data rules the world we live in. Join leading minds in data for a conversation on building a career in data.
Introduction to Python Bootcamp
Learn to use Python as a powerful tool for analyzing and exploring data.
Introduction to Data Science & Analytics: A Free Class
What exactly is Data Science and why does it matter? How does it differ from analytics? This class is designed to inform you about the importance of data scientists and analysts.
New Student Orientation
Join us for new student orientation! It's your chance to learn more about General Assembly, ask questions, and get to know your fellow students.
Break Into Data Science
Take a peek into a day in the life of a data scientist and, more importantly, how you can get what the Harvard Business Review calls the “sexiest job of the 21st century."
Break Into Data Science & Analytics
What exactly is data science and why does it matter? How does it differ from analytics? This class is designed to inform you about the importance of data scientists and analysts.