Summary of week 42 at Damavis

We summarize the latest news of the week in Damavis: New article in our Blog, posts in our Social Networks and a new job offer to work with our Data Scientist team.

Damavis Blog

New article in our blog by Guillermo Camps, Data Scientist at Damavis.

In the field of object-oriented programming and software design, SOLID principles are a set of 5 principles that facilitate testing, maintenance and readability of code.

They are a good basis for code development in collaborative environments, such as data engineering. In The 5 SOLID principles illustrated in simple Python examples, you will find each of these principles explained with Python.

Read the full article here:

Seen in networks

This week, we commemorated World Statistics Day and asked users about the Machine Learning models they prefer to work with.

World Statistics Day

October 20 is celebrated internationally as World Statistics Day, which commemorates the importance of this science in order to have quality data and information that contribute to wise social, business and governmental decision making.

Check out the post we published on Facebook and Twitter.

What type of Machine Learning models do you enjoy working with the most?

We asked the question to our community to choose between classical statistics models or Deep Learning models and these were the results:

Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to participate and vote in our weekly Tuesday quiz.

We are looking for Senior Data Scientist

This week, we have published a new job offer for a Senior Data Scientist to grow our team.

We are looking for a candidate to be part of the data science team, in charge of developing solutions based on statistical and machine learning models to solve problems of inference, clustering, prediction and causality, among others.

Read the full offer here and follow us on Linkedin to keep up to date with all the news and new job offers.

Coming soon

In the next post we will talk about Principal Component Analysis (PCA), making a brief introduction where we will explain the mathematical basis behind the method, and, subsequently, we will perform the implementation in Python by means of a simple example.

Until then, we invite you to read the week 41 summary in case you missed it.

And so far, the summary of week 42 of this 2021. We encourage you to share this article with your contacts and don’t forget to mention us so we can read your opinion (@DamavisStudio) See you in networks!
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