In Episode 10 we talk about what data science is and the fascinating information that comes from it. Want to get involved and start to tackle some big data? Jerome Scheuring tells us how.

Show Notes


  • Data Science (3:35)
  • Picks (48:48)




Andrew Carlson
Human being.
Landon Cline
Ever since I was little I was taking computers apart and rebuilding them. Since then I've had various jobs in tech, but eventually I stumbled upon programming and development. The problem solving and engineering of solutions drew me in like moth to flame. I continue to refine my skills and have found my passion for front-end development and Angular. Most of what I learned has been self taught and from mentoring in the community. I can't say enough about how great the community is for development!
Jerome Scheuring
Jerome is an engineer, designing and building transformational software systems, discovering and promoting best practices, and facilitating strong, unified project teams. He maintains a keen interest in all facets of software development and technologies, with focal experience in machine learning, natural language processing, graph theory and artificial intelligence. For more than 35 years, Jerome has built and designed software across the spectrum from microcontrollers to global enterprise support. His clients have ranged from small property-management firms to municipal governments, from health insurance companies to major retail firms. He has served as CTO for two Silicon Valley start-up companies, presenting to numerous clients and partners, and at numerous conferences including JavaOne and CONNECTIONS.