Do you feel you are falling behind on big data? Or do you see everyone using it to get ahead of you? Are you tempted to finally see what the hype is all about? Do you feel ignorant, unclear what big data is, and why it is the future?
Are you terrified of ending up old having wasted years not taking advantage of your data?
If you stay in the dark, you'll never take advantage of this opportunity.
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Big Data: A Beginner's Guide to Using Data Science for Business gets you up to speed fast, including an exploration of the history and future of big data. This is a book of knowledge and doesn't just tell you to try harder. Life rewards those who take matters into their own hands, and this book is where to start.
Big Data is full of real-life examples of how big data impacts people just like you. These examples are backed up countless data expert studies, all which will arm you with knowledge primed for success using big data immediately.
Get easy-to-implement small changes and practical takeaways for immediate action.
What happens if you ignore big data?
Learn the history of big data.
Why should you care about becoming an expert in big data?
What could you achieve with tips in the right direction
The consequences of ignoring big data in your business
How will you learn to compete in this data-driven age?
Identify the keys to mastering big data
Which tools are used to win at this game
Tricks for getting your feet on the ground today
How to develop the competency you are lacking
What happens when you don't let life pass you by?
Never wonder "what if" you could have made millions with big data!
Wake up every day with high energy and desire
Inspire yourself and others to become experts at big data
Fulfill your destiny and start getting paid for this knowledge
Find out how to let go of your lack of knowledge and take flight towards being a big data expert, period.
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This is a nice intro into various areas of big dat
- Suzanne Brashear