Guest blog - Citizen Data Scientist
By Gemma Morris
25th July 2017

Each quarter we produce an e-magazine on issues the information management and data analytics industry might be facing. In previous issues we have looked at: GDPR, Self-Service BI and Data Warehousing.

We are constantly looking for guests to write articles to be published in the magazine and now we’re in Q3 we have a new topic we want to cover: Citizen Data Scientists

We are looking for guest writers who have a passion, and opinion, on this topic. Are you:

  • A Citizen Data Scientist?
  • A traditional Data Scientist?
  • A vendor or business leader?

If you have an interest in this topic and would like to contribute please email gemma.morris@kdrrecruitment.com or leave a comment below and I will be in touch.

Are there any issues you would like to see us cover in the next issue of Information Matters? Let us know in the comments below

KDR Recruitment is the home of the best Information Management and Data Analytics jobs. For the latest news and views on the industry follow KDR on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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